Dating Service

We have a team member who specialises in helping people to find land for growing, and through the processes required to gain access 

These projects have all submitted their info for inclusion on this page. There are many more projects shown on the maps. 

Please post any 'muddy boot' volunteering offers or requests on Willing Wellies. For direct support from the network, join the Potting Shed and/or Google Group, and please send your news for our Home page here. And if you’re growing in public land, see our advice here

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Housing Leeds Investment Strategy Team 

Part of their role is to deal with land enquiries. They are also engaged in a city wide appraisal of vacant “housing”  land and garage sites, and they are represented on the Feed Leeds committee. Anyone looking for land, contact Tom for an introduction. (Added August 2017)

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Age UK Arch Café

May have a space which would be suitable for a temporary growing project.Fiona.Rotheray@ageukleeds.org.uk (Added July 2016)

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Cross Green Garden

Enthusiastic volunteers are needed to set up and develop this community garden at St Hilda's church, Cross Green Lane, LS9 0DG. Open Fridays 10.00-2.00. Contact Steven McLaren stevenmaclaren@btinternet.com 0779 485 1931 (Added Nov 2014)

Project is close to the Fewston Bridge Hyde Park Source / Back to Front scheme.

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Home Grow Your Own

is a project dedicated to inspiring student and permanent residents around Leeds to start growing their own food! We are running a series of action days across the LS6 Leeds area, providing participants with compost, planters and seeds, and guiding them through growing their own food from scratch. The project is currently looking to expand its volunteer base: if you have experience of growing, or just want to get involved, please contact Emma at ml11els@leeds.ac.uk or @WoodhouseRep on Twitter. (Added Mar 2014)

Email: ml11els@leeds.ac.uk  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Home-Grow-Your-Own/547567418675342

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The Real Junk Food Project

is a Community Interest Company aiming to abolish waste food produce through a self-sustainable approach and feeding those that are food insecure. We have land available to grow food and we also have an Urban Guerrilla Garden side project which we need volunteers and locals to become involved in, so that it is able to reach as many people as possible and so many can benefit from it. (Added Nov 2013)

Email: adam_smith_85@hotmail.co.uk  http://www.facebook.com/TheRealJunkFoodProject or http://www.adamsmith81.wix.com/trjfp 

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Catholic Care (Seacroft)

We are a Voluntary Agency and have been providing a service for adults with mental health issues in Seacroft for the past 18 years, and are looking to further develop the service we provide and generate new services within the local area.We 

are looking to create a community based 'garden' in Seacroft (LS14 6TL) to provide a green space to grow food, a  Childs play area and a sensory garden - Mind, Body & Soul.The land  is located on the corner of Foundry Mill Mount and Foundry Mill Street. We are in the initial stages of planning and development of this and welcome suggestions, advice and involvement at all levels. Janet.Kavanagh@catholic-care.org.uk 0113 2326141 LS14 6TL (Added July 2013)

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Kirkstall Community Garden 

is a not for profit organisation founded by local kirkstall resident Paul Long & is run by a committee of volunteers guided by a constitution with the aim to provide the kirkstall community with free access to edible growing space - Everyone is welcome & membership is free. We have 2 growing sites at the moment 1. The Merry Monk Pub on kirkstall hill 2. Church Lane Allotments we are also in talks with Burley Mills Allotments, Burley Park & other private land owners in the kirkstall area for more info please visit  http://kirkstallgarden.btck.co.uk & like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/kirkstallgarden & follow us @kirkstallgarden We have volunteer & committee places available lets grow together Leeds -  kirkstallgarden@gmail.com. (Added July 2013)

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Hyde Park Source

has funding and skills to develop food growing projects across the city and has helped more than 20 small scale projects already. http://www.hydeparksource.org/ (Permanent)

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