Our busy garden is open to everyone. EATS has significantly developed the 0.3 acre space with raised beds, planters, a polytunnel, sheds and an eco-toilet. We grow a wide range of produce and share it with the local community.
We provide affordable food for the community to enjoy and benefit from. We intercept surplus food and share it from the Hub, and we hold regular events so people can eat, cook and learn together. EATS uses food as a social catalyst in Rosyth.
Over the road from our garden is the Centenary Orchard. It’s filled with trees and plants, a classroom, different project areas like a willow den and children’s garden plot, and three beehives! It’s a beautiful space which is constantly developed.