Chapter is teaming up with Martineau Gardens the charitable free entry, 2.5 acre community garden (an oasis for wildlife, bees and plants) in the heart of Edgbaston.
We're captivated by their charitable aims to inspire people about the natural environment and their educational programmes and Holiday Activity schemes for children.
With our emphasis on British seasonal produce and a menu, that is nature-lead and ethically sourced, this partnership is a natural fit and will celebrate throughout the year how food gets from garden to plate.
The Gardens have applied to run a two-week playscheme in the school summer holidays for up to 50 children who qualify for income-based free school meals, running nature, art and play activities and providing lunch each day. As part of this, Chapter's executive chef Nathan Swift will prepare a cooking event and a celebration lunch at the end of each week for children and their parents.
During the autumn harvest period, Nathan will work with Martineau Garden's team on a bespoke 'ground to plate' educational programme linked to the primary science and DT curriculum.
It has never been more important to educate children in the food cycle, increasing their access to healthy food and supporting a sustainable future.
For more information on how to support Martineau Gardens click here
Watch this video all about The Gardens.