Incredible Edible


Next Meeting

Tuesday 10th September 2019


Westside Community Centre,

Paddock Rd, Basingstoke RG22 6QB

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Welcome to the Incredible Edible North Hampshire!

Everyone likes food!

Incredible Edible North Hampshire (IENH) is a group of local volunteers who are sharing responsibility to create more resilient, vibrant and cohesive communities in North Hampshire through encouraging the production and sourcing of local food.

Growing and sourcing fresh sustainable food locally enables healthy eating, makes good economic and environmental sense whilst being good for local jobs and the local economy.

We aim to provide access to good local food for all through:

  • Community activities
  • Supporting local business
  • Learning activities

You can find out more about each through the menu to the left

Feel free to browse around this site. If you would like to join in or have any comments or questions about our activities, we would like to hear from you.

Stop Press April 2017: Four Lanes Community School holds it’s Ground Force Day - over 100 turn up to plant 25 fruit trees, install 12 tractor tyre raised beds and blitz the over grown bushes and trees. Full Story Here.


November 2016: Park View Infants School plants a 25 tree community orchard.

Park View Infants School has a strong focus on enabling pupils to learn about the natural environment, sustainability and understanding where food comes from.

To complement the existing raised beds for food growing, copse and wild area including a pond with fish and frogs; the school has now planted an apple orchard. Varieties include:James Grieve, Charles Ross, Lord Lambourne, RV. W Wilks, Falstaf, Sunset, Egremount Russet and Bramley’s Seedling among many others.

The pupils will now have the opportunity to learn at first hand the cycle of the season’s as it relates to fruit growing from first buds, to leaves, to blossom, pollination and fruit production. From there is the opportunity to explore harvesting, preserving, cooking/baking and importantly.... eating!

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More pictures from the Park View Infants School planting session can be found through this link

Early 2015: Eastrop Path - Basing View.

The volunteers planted 9 Plum trees: Two each of varieties Bryanston Gage, Denniston's Superb and Old Greengage. Plus three Victoria Plum, (how could we not include them!)

Also 4 each of, Helen Thornless Blackberries, Thornless Loganberries and Buckingham Thornless Tayberries.

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Easter Community Orchard - Basingstoke War Memorial Park

Find out more here

The information on the Easter Community Orchard layout and the trees is here.

Incredible Edible North Hampshire is

Supported by the following organisations:

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