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URBAN CROFTS’ – A NEW CONCEPT ROOTED IN THE PAST

A pioneering urban croft: 
Leith Community Croft

Aware of all that is implied by this concept, and of the history and traditions of crofting in Scotland, from the time we identified the neglected two acres of common good land at the northern extremity of Leith Links (though open to the public, a discrete ‘enclosed plot’, surrounded by hedges and fences), we thought of it as potentially a new version of the croft: an urban croft, which would bring together the members of the Leith community (technically all co-owners of the site) as a harmonious and co-operative family, working together to share their experience and skills, to address each other’s needs, and to raise children in a healthy and responsible way, in touch with nature and the land.

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Croft Commons
When
25 Mar, 19:00 – 20:45
Where
The 1st Croft Commons meeting on Zoom
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Become a Supporter 

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As a supporter you will automatically be added to our waiting list for growing space which is allocated  on a yearly basis