The community-led project to encourage more people in Cambridge to ‘swap and share’ fresh fruit and veg and long-life preserves. This started in 2014 as Rock Abundance because it had events at Rock Road Library and Rock Allotments in Cambridge, both of which are in the Queen Edith’s area.
Fresh Produce and Preserves Pop-Up, Swap-and-Share Stalls 2016
Bring and swap home-grown or foraged fruit, vegetables, flowers, herbs and full-sugar long-life preserves.
Saturday 23 July
10am to 11am, Rock Road Library, Cambridge. Organised with the friends of Rock Road Library.
Sunday 14 August
2pm to 4pm, Nightingale Garden, Nightingale Park. Organised with the Sunday afternoon garden volunteers.
Saturday 3 September
10am to 11am at the Queen Edith’s Community Action Morning, Wulfstan Way Shops. With the Queen Edith’s Community Forum.
Free for anyone to take part.
Even if you don’t have anything to bring, you can still take things away. There’s an optional cash collection to support community projects.