A photo of garden beds, shed and polytunnel

Starting in 2015, PLANT‘s main focus has been on the Tayport Community Garden project, creating a community growing space where organisations, groups, families and individuals of all abilities can work, learn and socialise.

Largely funded by Carbon Challenge Fund, the project is helping Tayport residents tackle climate change by reducing our carbon emissions through growing more food locally. We are achieving this by:

We aim to bring together volunteers and participants from across our community, with the help from a Volunteer Coordinator.

Thanks to the funding for the Garden, we are now also able to offer a Grow and Learn Award – a structured learning course for adults with additional needs.

Other PLANT projects include:

Young apple trees in blossomFruit Tree Walk. A linear public orchard of fruit trees and bushes, with wildflower border and a native hedge, growing along Scotscraig Drive since 2012. You can read all about it here.


A child using an apple pressAn annual FruitFest and an occasional SpringFest co-organised with TCT since 2012, celebrating food growing and making a good use of Tayport’s apple harvest.




Garden beds with salad and broad beansCafé Garden. Supplying Harbour Café with fresh produce from the Broad Street tenement garden since 2014 (with space made kindly available by the other tenement residents). This project was closed in September 2016.