Working to maintain and create green and growing spaces for our community.

Our Community Gardener works both in the Growers Hub and across the village to ensure that our green spaces and growing areas are kept in tip-top condition. Although working only one day a week, our gardener is able to ‘achieve a lot with a little’ both through her own energies and by supporting the fantastic work of our volunteers.

The Community Gardener’s role includes supporting our food growing for the Community Fridge; keeping our paths network accessible and attractive; weeding and planting the flower beds and borders in the Broadford ‘s Community Garden and village planters; supporting the garden at Broadford Primary School and maintaining the spaces and equipment at the Growers Hub.


We were delighted to create this new post in 2021 with funding from the Highland Council Hero scheme and generous donations from our local community.

Be sure to say hello when you see our Community Gardener around and about digging, pruning, strimming or weeding – in all weathers!

How to get involved

The Community Gardener post is funded short term. We have launched a fundraising campaign to ensure that this excellent work can continue. Visit our Just Giving Campaign Page page to find out how you can help.

We are very grateful to all who have contributed so far: Camping Skye; The Skye Gift Company; Farquhar Macleod Funeral Directors; Skye Basecamp; Corry Motors; Global Infrastructure; The Creel Elgol; Skye Fit; and many individual donors via JustGiving.

More information

Contact Nicholas Kelly, Growers Hub Coordinator:


Time frame: 2021 – present

Location: Broadford area

Benefits to the community: Our Community Gardener is busy growing food for our Community and keeping our green spaces looking beautiful


Broadford & Strath Community Council | The Highland Council – HERO Scheme | Broadford Primary Parent Council | Love from Skye – fundraising events | Local fundraising events and donations | Contributors to our 2023 Just Giving campaign | The Highland Council & Scottish Government – Community Regeneration Fund | Co-op Community Fund | Rabbie’s | Stafford Trust


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