@ all saints' churchyard,

raleigh st, radford, ng7 4dp

Raleigh St Patch is a 20m x 3m back wall plot of land right in the middle of Radford.
The patch is a 5 minute walk from Gamble Street Corner and  is  a very different setting but with the same ethos of growing food for free for people who need it, bringing in wildlife through pollinators and inspiring people to grow their own food through engagement with green space. 

Raleigh St Patch is a brand new plot for 2024 and is supported by the National Lottery Community Fund

why all saints' churchyard?

The church approached Nottz Garden Project in late 2023 with an idea to grow food in the church grounds which would be free to access and would help to fight food poverty in the local area.

All Saints' Churchyard is a beautiful walled garden setting and is open access throughout the week so its a great place for people to come and get involved, enjoy the space and harvest the fresh veg! 

Much like Gamble Street Corner and our other projects in Radford , the area has a high level of deprivation and poverty so a garden growing fresh food can be a real asset to the community.

sfice foundation is here too!

Amazing local charity SFICE are based next door to Raleigh St Patch.
SFICE assist the homeless, refugees and other vulnerable adults in our city. They host ESOL classes and cooking lessons on site and also host a 3 nights per week Social Cafe feeding the homeless. SFICE have a demand for fresh healthy food for their service users so they will definitely be using some of the food grown!

garden volunteering

Regular gardening sessions will take place on Tuesday Mornings 10 am - 12 pm

Just turn up and get involved OR contact us if you want to ask questions or want more information.

Email: nottz.gp@gmail.com