The Wythenshawe Edible Interchange!

The fantastic new transport hub  the Wythenshawe Interchange launched at the end of July and the Real Food tea, also launched their edible raised beds and planters.

This is a partnership led by Real Foods and supported by TfGM, Groundwork Manchester, MCC and The Forum Trust.

Real Food Programme Manager Jacqueline Naraynsingh said; “Our aim is to encourage people to eat healthily, so we thought we could grow edible plants at the interchange and then anyone on their way home from a hard day’s work can help themselves to herbs to use for their tea!”

The Real Food team are already working with Haveley Hey Primary School and Crossacres Cultivators to look after the plants, but they are also looking for volunteers to form ‘Friends of the Edible Interchange’ – so if you are interested, please get in touch with Jacqueline on 0161 946 7554.