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Jam Grove

As the University of Warwick expands and develops new buildings, it is important to maximise and promote the use of green spaces across campus. The University always strives to enhance the student and staff experience at Warwick and green spaces are important for teaching, learning and wellbeing.

The Jam Grove is an an accessible garden of fruit trees, including plum, quince and damson. Accessible to all, it is a place to relax, to help out with maintaining the space, and to help yourself to fruit. Alongside several student societies involved in growing food and conserving woodland, the garden was created by the Landscape Stakeholder Group. The idea behind the Jam Grove was to make campus more inviting, engaging, sustainable and productive. From this, the idea of a series of garden projects has developed starting with this accessible garden of fruit trees and berries. Students and staff are welcome to get involved in growing in the Jam Grove or just enjoy the space.

The Garden is part of the Edible TrailLink opens in a new window on Warwick Campus - a walk that takes you around the growing spaces available on campus, that you can get involved with growing your own fruit, veg, herbs etc. in!