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What’s on in March

By 9th March 2018March 8th, 2020No Comments

It’s all happening in March! Please note venue for each of the three events is different – see details below.

Photo of Seeds and Secateurs

Sunday 18 March, 1-3pm  

Spring seed swap and secateurs sharpening

@ Tayport Community Garden

It’s time to get ready for spring at the garden. Bring your spare seeds to swap with others, join seed packet design competition for all ages and have a go at getting your secateurs ready for gardening action under Peter’s expert guidance. It should be fun for the whole family! There will be hot drinks, cakes and lots of time to chat and swap gardening tips. This event is part of Pass It On week, 10-18 of March, Scotland’s annual celebration of re-use, supported by Recycle Scotland and Zero Waste Scotland.

Wednesday 21 March, 7pm   

Food for thought – talk and dinner with Pete Richie

@ Dolphin Centre, 4 Gladstone Square (off Mill Lane) Tayport  DD6 9EW

TALK FREE, BOOK FOR THE MEAL (£5 DONATION). Contact Jenny on or 07956067070.

Pete Ritchie Chief Executive of Nourish Scotland will be giving a workshop on food policy and how we can make a difference locally.

Nourish Scotland is an NGO campaigning on food justice issues in Scotland in relation to the natural world, health and household food insecurity. Nourish supports grassroots community efforts and influences national policy and legislation. It has secured commitment to a Good Food Nation Bill in three party manifestos and the Scottish Government’s Programme for Government, with consultation beginning in 2017; with the help of civil society partners through the Scottish Food Coalition.

Everyone is welcome and there is no charge for attending the meeting. PLANT will provide food – if you would like to share the meal, a donation of £5 would be appreciated – please let us know for catering numbers.

Map of Fruit Tree Walk - Garvie Brae Playpark

Sunday 25 March, 1-2pm 

Fruit Bush Pruning

@ Fruit Tree Walk

Peter will lead a hands on workshop on winter pruning of fruit bushes. We will have some gloves and, freshly sharpened, secateurs but do bring your own if you can. We will meet at the small playpark at the top of Garvie Brae/Scotscraig Drive. We will provide hot drinks and biscuits. Please dress for the weather. Find out more about Fruit Tree Walk and how you can get involved here.


People Learning About Nature in Tayport (PLANT) is a Tayport Community Trust subgroup which works to achieve TCT’s overall aim of promoting a vibrant and sustainable community, with improved quality of life, specifically through projects involving growing food and flowers, while enhancing Tayport’s natural environment. A key aim is to establish a community garden. Tayport Community Trust, Registered Charity No. SCO42558, Company No. SC350253, Registered Office: 10 Broad Street Tayport DD6 9AJ

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