THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PLEDGED TO OUR CROWDFUNDER CAMPAIGN: Frances Taylor, Aurore Whitworth, Margaret Robinson, Margaret Roberts, Kathryn Kelly, Lynn Johnson, Brian Priest, Martyn Fisher, Hannah Bateson, Patricia Gilmore, Judith Garbutt, Suze Walker, Marion Yeaman, Mairi Macdonald, Karene Williamson, Valerie Polson, Emma Michael, Patricia Meyer, Alexis smith, Deborah, V&D Riddell, Inne Withouck, The String, Shetland Ltd. Heike Kern, Eileen Tait, laura, Jenny Fraser, Aaron Pottinger, Dawn Gibson, Stephen Thomason, Susan Fogg, Sally Wilkin, Linda Newington, Jim Nicolson, Sam 123, Alison Gaffney, Ann-Kathrin & Ivo Fisler, Kerry Larbalestier, Sue Beer, Judith Gilmore, Shona Jack, Louise Watson, Alastair M MacKinnon, Allan Bruce Hunter, Laura Whittall, Duncan McWhannell, Anne&john Bateson, FinnW, Helen Quirk, James Peter Duncan, Janice Thomason, Misa Hay, Fiona Hackland, Briony Brierley, Roberto Getto, Tom Allan, Rebecca Colyer, Katrina Christie, Janet Davidge, Astrid Drittenbass, Jessie Williamson, Deryn Relph, Alfred Kern, Aimée Houghton, Helen Robertson, Ruairidh Milne, Juliet Nicolson, Alan Rolfe, Rhona Malcolm, Sandra Malcolm, Lynne Hull, Betty Williamson, and 31 Anonymous folk!! We raised £8670 for new tunnels, raised beds and equipment for our work with schools 😘❤😍😍❤😘

Welcome to Transition Turriefield, we grow all sorts of fruit and vegetables. You will find us in Sandness, a small community on the very edge of the far west mainland of Shetland.

Here at Turriefield we are passionate about local food. We want as many folk as possible in Shetland to be able to access healthy, fresh, chemical free produce. Having a small carbon footprint for our produce is also important, so we use growing methods that have as little negative environmental impact as possible.

Growing your own is the best way to have fresh local food. We love to share the knowledge we’ve gained about growing in Shetland. We run training courses and workshops all over Shetland and can give support and advice to get you growing too.

“As an Island community, we do find it difficult to buy fresh veg; the vast majority of veg is imported and is days old before we get it. Here is an answer, right on our doorstep – literally.”

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