Last week we joined up with the Real Economy community food event in Southmead where residents got together to watch the film Ratatouille and cooked up a delicious seasonal ratatouille and other healthy snacks. Thank you to Tasha of Real Economy and everyone else who helped organise this event. We're inviting groups of families with children … Continue reading Come and find out more about the Education Project!
We are now recruiting for an Assistant Grower to help our Farm Manager, Miriam Schoen, keep producing even more amazing local veg for our members. Job Title: Assistant Grower - Sims Hill Shared Harvest, Bristol Position Type: 3 days a week for 6 months [with the intention to extend the position beyond] Status: employed Pay … Continue reading Sims Hill is Recruiting for an Assistant Grower!
We’re excited that the first shoots of spring are sprouting their heads out the ground – we’ve already seen the first snowdrops! With the growth around we’re also growing what we have to offer schools to learn about food growing. We’ve devised an early years programme to immerse children in the field and deepen their … Continue reading Sims Hill School Work Update 30 January, 2017
We are excited to start the new year ready for schools to come and learn all about seasonal healthy food. Primary schools can come for day visits on themes of their choice – from soil to nutrition, field tours to harvesting and cooking and much more besides. See our flyer for more info. We are … Continue reading Sims Hill Schools Work Update
Greetings to all of our members! To help Sims Hill continue to grow and thrive in the coming year, we are hiring a recruitment coordinator on a temporary contract through 2017. The job description and how to apply for the recruitment role can be found below. The application deadline is 25th January. Please pass this … Continue reading Sims Hill is Recruiting for an Outreach Coordinator!
Sims Hill is shocked and saddened by the unexpected passing of our dear friend and supporter Cristina Crossingham. Cristina, who has coordinated the Easton Community Garden for many years, has also supported and encouraged the growth of Sims Hill since our first public meeting in 2010. Cristina was a beloved and respected voice at many … Continue reading Sims Hill Mourns the Passing of Long-Time Supporter and Bristol Gardener Cristina Crossingham
This is a voluntary position on the Board to support the business. Role This role with involve working closely with the Farm Manager and Chair of the Board to manage the overall finances of the business, including the grant funded projects. This will include: Developing budgets and business plans Regular monitoring of income and spend … Continue reading Sims Hill needs a Finance Manager!
Love what Sims Hill does but don’t need a veg share because you have an allotment or garden? Why not join us as a support member. For a monthly donation of any amount from as little as £3 and up, you can become part of the project. We’ll keep you informed of what’s going on … Continue reading Sims Hill Supporter Member offer
Dear Sims Hill members! You may have heard we need to buy a tractor in order to make more efficient use of our time and grow more and better veg. To this end we are launching a crowdfunder, scheduled to begin in the first week of November. We'd love it if you could spare a … Continue reading We Need Your Help to Get a Tractor!
Greetings to all of our members! It has been a while since we have had a proper members' meeting, and while we hope you have all saved the date of 28th September from previous communications, we are now able to tell you what is actually going to happen. This is going to be an informative … Continue reading Next Members’ Meeting 28th September!