Abundance Manchester is a voluntary project which picks surplus or unwanted fruit from gardens and public trees around South Manchester and distributes it to local groups and communities. We also collect and distribute surplus vegetables from allotments and have our own Abundance allotment to grow food for groups who can make good use of it. We also look after Kenworthy Community Orchard in Chorlton. Below you will find the latest updates on the project.
To get in touch please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch the clip here from BBC’s North West Tonight programme to find out more about what we do.
Abundance Manchester also strongly supports other groups and campaigns which promote sustainable, local and organic food. We particularly support the campaign against GM crops and the recent anti-GM protest organised by Take the Flour Back, which can be seen here in this short film.
We are part of a growing network of fruit harvesting groups, for a list of others around the country see the Abundance Network website.