Diggin' Generations

Welcome to our exciting new project - “Diggin’ Generations”. Funded by the Big Lottery Local Food scheme. Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding will be at the heart of this new enterprise. The team from Forest Schools Birmingham Community Interest Company (CIC) will be working hard to bring you fun and new ways to connect with your local environment and to change the way you think about your health and food and the place you live.



Our project aims to help you reconnect with your local environment, both at home and in your daily lives and to introduce new ways to think about your health. We passionately believe that what you eat and feed to your family is enormously important to your health and well-being. Eating well, and particularly growing your own food, keeps you fit and healthy, saves you money and offers a great way to enjoy time outside with your family and friends.


Our fabulous team Felicia, Ruth, Eleanor and Jade will be on hand at Twicknenham School to help you learn new skills, including growing your own fruit and vegetables, how to plan and prepare food for your family, and children from the school will learn how to run a small business.




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