Welcome to Peebles CAN

FREE home energy checks

Our current CCF project aims to save you energy and money by conducting a simple, FREE energy survey of your home. Our focus is on suggesting simple solutions that will cost little or no money to implement, with no pressure to follow this up. All advice is impartial.

Energy Fair & Exhibition

Come along to our Peebles CAN Energy Fair & Exhibition on Wednesday 29th March 2017 10am-2pm at the Burgh Hall in Peebles.


Peebles CAN always welcomes volunteers to help maintain the community garden - and enjoy the delicious produce grown there.

We run 2 weekly volunteer sessions for all ages and abilities: 

Tuesday 10am-12noon  


Friday 10am-12noon


Come along to meet the team and learn about growing vegetables in our beautiful community garden.

To find out more please email heather@peeblescan.org

Upcoming events:

Friday 3rd June 12-1pm

Platinum Jubilee Cream Tea

See below posters for more information. 

To be added to our mailing list please email rachel@peeblescan.org

Skill Share Upcoming Events

Peebles CAN is delivering "Skill Share" workshops at the community garden. 

Skill Shares are open to everyone.  They are informal sessions to learn new things and share ideas. You can take part as a participant or as a leader - we are always on the look out for people to share what they know. 

Themes for Skill Share events can include food, craft, art, IT skills, social media, phone applications, DIY, upcycling, photography, mindfulness - the list is endless!

Unless otherwise stated, our Skill Share events are held at the Peebles CAN Community Garden, located behind Victoria Park Day Centre on Kingsmeadows Road

Book by email 


Upcoming skill shares & courses

Thursday 12th May


Willow dome weaving

Please see our Projects pages for more information on our current and past projects.
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Gardening Sustainably: Peat Free Compost

Our volunteer Heather is raising awareness of the use of peat in compost. Using peat in compost has a significant adverse effect on the environment, as sourcing peat destroys the natural peat bogs. Peatlands are an important carbon store, when these are drained carbon is released back into the atmosphere, contributing to climate change. 1 metre of peat takes 1000 years to form – this is not a renewable resource to be consumed at the rate of going through a bag of compost. As environmentally conscious gardeners, we can do our bit to choose peat free compost. Heather has provided us with the following link to a local company “Caladonian Horticulture” who supply 3 bags of peat free compost for £10. One of the collection points is Eshiels recycling centre. Simply making the choice to buy peat free compost will have an immediate impact, and is an excellent step to ensuring our gardens are sustainable. https://caledonianhorticulture.co.uk/product/scottish-borders-green-goodness-collection-voucher-3-bags-for-10/

Thank you, and happy composting!


Peebles Market

Community Garden

A learning Environment

Grow Kids Cook Kids

Family Volunteering

Leaven Deli

Community engagement