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East Haven Community Gardens

Pride in Place

Residents and friends of East Haven take great pride in the coastal village  and work in partnership with Keep Scotland Beautiful  to create clean, green spaces which everybody can enjoy. Promoting biodiversity, protecting wildlife,  heritage and sustainability are central to all our activities

Community Participation

Residents and friends of East Haven work together to help achieve the priorities of the community. Make a Difference, Every Action Counts and Just Do It, is our motto!

Species on the Edge

Kidney Vetch the sole food plant of the Small Blue Butterfly has been grown from seed and planted up the coast to form a food corridor for this protected species

Community Gardens

The community gardens are  maintained by volunteers and provide all year round colour and interest. Sustainable planting and encouraging biodiversity underpins gardening practice in East Haven. Why not join us on a Thursday morning 10am -12 (weather permitting)

Welcome to visitors on NCN1

Creating a warm welcome to visitors arriving on National Cycle Network 1.

A beautiful stretch of the coastal path which runs through East Haven and up the coast to Arbroath and beyond

Beechgrove Garden

The main community gardens were created in 2014 under the guidance and support of the Beechgrove Garden Team. More photos of this amazing transformation at the end of this page

Britain in Bloom 2018

Download a copy of East Haven's Britain in Bloom Portfolio brochure

Beechgrove Garden 2014

Garden and Landscape Designer  Karen Laing

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