Rosyth Community Hub Officially Opens for Business!
After months of preparation and expectation, the EATS Rosyth project are finally moving into their new hub premises on Aberlour Street, Rosyth. The project has been working hard over the past year to develop the extensive Community Garden and Centenary Orchard on Park Road as well as planters throughout the town providing easy access to free vegetables for locals. And now the group are extending to have a base in the town centre for sharing information on the projects aims.
On Wednesday 14th December, residents of Rosyth are invited to call into the Hub and see what has been happening and find out more about the plans for the future. The project aims to reduce Rosyth’s carbon emissions by helping local people grow their own food at home. The group currently hold weekly gardening workshops at the Community Garden on a Sunday to help share tips and expertise for those who might need growing advice. Now that the hub is opening this will extend to cookery workshops and demonstrations to show how delicious locally grown food can be.
We hope you can join us on Wed 14th Dec to officially launch what we hope will become a valuable resource to the town and a welcoming space where we can learn to grow, eat and share together.