Dunton Community Garden
Dunton Community Garden is a garden of around 2 acres worked on organic gardening principles. It is run as a charity by volunteers.
The garden is open dawn to dusk every day for visitors and there are usually volunteers working there on Monday and Wednesday mornings.
We hold coffee mornings & events to provide a community gathering point, sell produce & enjoy the surroundings. Look for separate listings on WhereCanWeGo.
The official access to the garden is via the bridle path off the Cambridge Road.
Disabled visitors & visitors on event days may take a short cut through Church Farm at the end of Church Street (to the left of the March Hare Pub, signs up on the day). The polytunnel and garden entrance is on the left.
Note: For wheelchairs, the ground is uneven and the terrain is mainly grass.
Cyclists welcome. Water bottles can be refilled.
For children, there’s lots to explore. A black box of toys is usually available under cover near the buildings. Please tidy up after use.
Open dawn to dusk every day of the year. No charge for entry. Toilet on site.
We are always looking for volunteers to help in various ways at the garden. If you are interested in helping with admin, gardening, events & fundraising, DIY jobs, being a Trustee or a whole host of other possibilities, please contact the garden. It’s helpful to have volunteers with a range of skills and backgrounds.
Great Close, Church Farm, Church Street,
Dunton, Bedfordshire SG18 8RR