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We are running three workshops this October at The Hebridean Community Garden

For more information and to book on to them:


Community Land Scotland visits the garden

On March 23 2023, delegates from Community Land Scotland (CLS) visited The Hebridean Community Garden - to see our thriving horticultural project!

It was wonderful to share our vision for community growing and partnership development with an organisation that has these ideals at its heart.

Our community polycrubs - set up and run on an allotment-style philosophy was at the heart of the tour. These spaces encapsulate how to empower the community to achieve a thriving green space.

New Grant from the Rural and Island Communities Ideas into Action Fund 2022/23

We are thrilled to announce that The Hebridean Community Garden has been awarded this new set of funding.

It will allow us to improve the accessibility, security and sustainability of our garden project.

We will be installing a new teaching space and herb garden, amongst many other things.

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Lord Lieutenant of the Western Isles pays the garden a visit

We were thrilled to receive the Lord Lieutenant of the Western Isles - Iain Macaulay - and honoured guests to The Hebridean Community Garden on October 27 2022.

The garden's project manager - Christopher Smail - gave a tour of the facilities, which included the sensory garden; new raised beds; the polycrubs, Jubilee tree planting scheme and the outdoor classroom.

He talked about the garden's history, its community outreach and the exciting plans for its future.


The Hebridean Community Garden @Community Land Week - Saturday October 15 2022 



Neuro Hebrides visit garden 

In August 2022 we had a lovely visit from the group Neuro Hebrides - who work with people across the islands that have neurological conditions.

We toured the sensory garden, the community polycrubs, outdoor classroom and newly created raised beds - ending with a cuppa in the community centre.

Boost for community garden

Featured Article: - 22nd October 2021

The Hebridean Community Garden, a horticultural project based at the Clan Macquarrie Community Centre (CMCC) and jointly managed by CMCC and Urras Oighreahd Ghabhsainn, is delighted to announce it has been selected as one of the 29 recipients of the Island Communities Fund.

The Garden, situated in Borve in north west Lewis, has received £48,361.40, which will be used to improve ventilation in existing polycrubs, upgrade parking facilities, and see the construction of a further polycrub amongst other key developments...

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