Glenfarg Community Garden

Tonight, I am posting information on a community garden run by the residents of Glenfarg, a village in the S.E.of Scotland.Location is 11 miles south of Perth and 36 miles north of Edinburgh.The population of Glengarg is 690 persons.

The images below reflect the lush, mild climate enjoyed in this part of Scotland.

Glenfarg Community Garden

 Glenfarg Community Garden

 Glenfarg Community Garden

 Glenfarg Community Garden

  Extract from Glenfarg village website

Glenfarg sits at the southern end of a picturesque and narrow glen in the Ochil hills and its sheltered position ensures that the village benefits from a mild climate all year round. Glenfarg is a vibrant and thriving residential community and boasts numerous social clubs and societies that are always on the lookout for new members. Gardens, parks and open spaces abound and if you are a fan of golf; 44 golf courses are located within 30 minutes’ drive and these include the world famous St Andrews and Gleneagles.
 Glenfarg really is an ideal place to live if you are looking for the peace and relaxing atmosphere of a true village but with the benefit of good road links further afield. Junction 7 on the M9 motorway is only minutes away making Perth, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling easily accessible. If you would like to find out more, get in touch and one of our team will be happy to help.

To sum up, whilst Glenfarg does not usually feature on the 'tourist trail' the discerning visitor on a driving tour may find this pleasant, residential village deserving of a stop to explore.

More information on Scotland can be found in the Visitors' Guide to Scotland the ISBN of which is 978-1-9161332-0-4. This book is also available via Kindle.

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