Allotment Holders – Free Stalls at Biennial Venue

Did you know its National Allotments Week? (Aug 14th – 20th)

A unique exhibition of produce from Liverpool allotments is taking place at Liverpool’s major new contemporary art venue Greenland Street, on Sat 16 September, 12-4pm.

This allotment produce fair is part of a multimedia arts extravaganza called ‘Virtual Grizedale’ organized by Grizedale Arts and taking place in Greenland Street. Virtual Grizedale is one of the main, high profile launch events for new arts venue Greenland Street and this arts project aims to make a positive impact on local Liverpool communities and suggest alternative approaches to regeneration.

This week (14 – 20 August) is National Allotments Week and Grizedale Arts are calling all Liverpool allotment gardeners to come along to Greenland Street on Sat 16 September and showcase local produce grown on Scouse soil. Gardeners will have the chance to exhibit their produce at Greenland Street – Liverpool’s major new art venue which offers spaces for large scale, experimental artists’ projects and Liverpool’s first contemporary artists residency scheme.

Grizedale Arts are organising this produce fair to support and promote local allotments and would like all local growers to get involved. Stalls are FREE and gardeners can come and buy or sell anything produced on their allotment including fruit, veg, plants, seeds, eggs, jam, chutney, bird-houses or even compost!!

To book a FREE stall or sell home grown produce for FREE produce please contact:
Hilary Thorn
T:0151 709 4180

12 – 4pm
Greenland Street, 67 Greenland St, Liverpool L1 0BY
Just off Jamaica St, opposite Cains Brewery


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