This case study was created as part of the Clackmannanshire wide Developing a Local Food Growing Strategy project #GRowClacks. It was delivered in partnership with Clackmannanshire Council and funded by the CSGN Development Fund.

The case study is part of a series of four case studies showcasing community growing already happening in Clackmannanshire aimed at spreading the word and inspiring others to get involved.

Tullibody Healthy Living have built a productive fruit and vegetable garden with a community building, a social area, a polytunnel and raised beds to allow people of all physical abilities to grow food.

Tullibody Healthy Living responded to the community’s request for locally grown food by researching and then developing the Tullibody Community Garden. The produce from the garden is sold at the weekly Tullibody Fruit and veg Barra.


  • Volunteers are involved in all of the Garden activities, including gardening, running events, cooking and ‘grow your own’ workshops and planning what we do next. There are fifteen regular volunteers and more than 30 ‘casual’ volunteers
  • Local people attending events and workshops
  • Schools and nurseries through regular gardening activities

Read the full Tullibody Community Garden case study