Drinks in the Garden
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel our planned Licensed Beer garden on 29th and 30th May. We will still be celebrating World Gin Day on Saturday June 12th from 1pm – 9pm. Entry is free to all of these occasions but numbers are very limited, so come early.
Please take note of the information and guidance we have provided before you come to the garden.
It will be great to see you all relaxing in the chilled setting of the garden again and fingers crossed we will get some decent weather.
We will also be running a Gin Show on Saturday 5th June from 5pm – 9pm. Entry will be by ticket only and can be purchased using the link in the poster. Again, our capacity will be limited so our advice is to purchase early to gaurantee a place.
Looking forward to seeing you all.
Girvan Community Garden Committee
Afternoon Tea Party
Saturday July 17th 2021
Starts at 12:00 PM, Finishes at 5:00 PM
Sandwiches, Cakes and Scones
Ticket price £8.00. Pay at the door.
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Where To Find Us
Our Opening Hours Are
Every Saturday 1pm – 5pm
Every Sunday 1pm – 5pm
The garden caters for the whole community. We have raised beds, a ‘keyhole’ garden and a newly designed composting area.
Girvan Community Garden boasts a pond, a wildlife area, fruit trees, greenhouse and modest rotational allotments plots, as well as many other exciting features.
We have easy access to the garden through our widened woodland walkway for prams and wheelchairs and we have a composting disabled accessible toilet.
The garden plays host to a number of workshops, events and activities throughout the year and we get involved with schools and other groups to deliver projects both in the garden and out into the wider community.
The garden also runs a weekly Green Gym!
We hope you will find looking through our website interesting and informative. Enjoy!
Visitors a year
Frogs Spring 2021
Our frogs had a hard time last year with spring being so dry. However, they have returned to the pond…
We celebrated our 10th Anniversary on 24th June 2017 and looking forward to the next 10
Grow and Learn Awards
Volunteer, Ward Higgins is presented with his Grow and Learn Award by HRH Princess Royal