Did you know we have a community garden? It's pretty sweet.
Run by students the garden is a hub of veggies, fruit, flowers, pond-life and so much more. Find out about everything we do for our planet here.
We're offering new students the chance to come and visit the garden and try your hand at a bit of vegetable planting, tree planting and various other bits and bobs. Don't forget gardening isn't just about digging and weeding, it's about getting outside, keeping fit and most of all making friends!
The garden sessions are a collaborative project between Janet Foggie, Chaplain, and our Environmental Coordinator Johannes Schamp. If you are interested in coming along to a session please email email@example.com as if you turn up there may not be space!
There will be two gardening sessions during the welcome period, Tues 15th Sept 3pm - 5pm and Mon 21st Sept 3pm - 5pm.
The garden is located on campus, past Airthrey Castle and just before you get to the Alexander Court accommodation
Safety advice: This event will be managed with a socially distanced queue (if numbers require it) and a limited numbers inside the garden space with social distancing in place. We recommend wearing your mask whilst in the garden and in the queue. Hand sanitiser will be provided and any tools used will be santised between use. Find out more about the University's Campus Pledge to keep yourself and others safe here.
*All Union events are subject to change or cancellation due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation and we continue to work closely with the University of Stirling and Scottish Government advice to ensure everything we do is safe for our students. Some events are also weather-dependent and may be cancelled or changed last minute. We will communicate any changes on this website and our social media channels.