Our England is a garden, and such gardens are not made By singing: "Oh, how beautiful!" and sitting in the shade. Rudyard Kipling

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Growing good food for people who live and work in and around the Horsleys.

Grace & Flavour is a community kitchen garden project. Together we work the land, growing and sharing veg, and restoring a once-lovely walled garden which is rapidly becoming lovely again. G&F includes 25 private allotments, thanks to the support of our local parish councils. Whether private allotment or community garden, the project is characterised by lovely people, hard work, lots of learning, and a steady supply of beautiful fresh veg. 

To keep up with news of G&F, just add your name and email to the box on this page please. 


The Grace & Flavour gardenPlease come and have a look on a Thursday or Saturday. We think you are sure to be enthralled...and we love having visitors (there's so much to show).

Membership is open to all who live and/or work in the Horsleys*. It is/always will be free of charge. To join, please read the Constitution and accept by email to say that you accept. There is no defined time commitment, the garden will take as much or as little as you can give it.


The project comes with a warning though - it, and the team on it, are addictive! 

If you just want to know more about this initiative, send an email to mail@graceandflavour.org, or call Su on 01483 285181 (the coffee shop at Horsley station).

PS - if you really can't garden, bake us a cake once in a while or join the tea rota...

* If you don't live or work in the Horsleys and would still like to be involved you are still welcome. We ask that you are invited in by an existing member (so you need to come and visit and get to know us) and we are limited to no more than 10% of our overall members being such.