FOUR sites across Bury will join the national Good to Grow Day campaign this weekend.

From online garden tours to planting seedlings, each of the gardens operated by Incredible Edible Prestwich and District will invite visitors to meet their neighbours, learn new skills and get the opportunity to grow their own food.

Incredible Edible Prestwich and District comprises volunteers who grow fruit, herbs and vegetables in public spaces for everyone to enjoy.

Events will take place at Sedgely Park Community Allotment, Philips Park in Prestwich, Prestwich Clough Forest Garden and the community garden in Belmont Road, Radcliffe.

“This year has been challenging for absolutely everyone but it’s been amazing to see so many new people getting involved in food growing, whether at a local community garden or on a windowsill,” said Ren Piercey, local action officer, Sustainable Food Places.

“I’m delighted to celebrate the achievements of so many gardens who are joining the Good to Grow Day this April.”

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