Sims Hill Shared Harvest is a community supported agriculture scheme (CSA) which uses natural growing methods and permaculture principles to produce high quality veg for the people of Bristol. Sims Hill is in Frenchay, just two miles from Bristol city centre.
It’s similar to a veg box scheme except that Sims Hill is a Cooperative, and as such is owned and run by its members – each member has one share and one vote. Monthly fees, agreed annually by members, cover the cost of a share in the seasonal harvest and the running of the farm. The veg is fresh and seasonal, and there are opportunities for volunteering and taking part.