About our Not for Profit Ffest

This festival is brought to you through the Coed Community and Ediculture team, and is a fund raiser for the Ediculture charity.

Ediculture is a registered charity 1076110 and Educational trust dedicated to promoting edible culture, and creating opportunities for learning around food growing and foraging. We plant trees, save seeds, create edible gardens and show others how to do it in the process.

Ediculture has teamed up with Trees of Hope, a charity working in Zimbabwe in the Domboshava village regions in the Chinamora reserve to help restore the natural forests, educate people about trees, herbs and traditional uses of plants, and create a tree nursery to give out trees for free to the local communities in the region.

All surplus from the festival will go to Ediculture to further the charities aims and objectives. Ediculture team have agreed with Trees of Hope to donate 20% of all profits from the festival to Trees of Hope.

All copies of the yearly accounts of ediculture are available through the charity commissions website who Ediculture is registered with. (1076110). We do this to offer complete transparency to our process.

We hope that we will be able to sell enough tickets to cover our costs of the festival, but there is no guarantee of this. We therefore ask your support in promoting this festival far and wide, and to encourage your mates to come as well, so that we can give generously to food cultural projects, both within South Wales, where Ediculture is based, and within Zimbabwe where Trees of Hope is based.



Volunteers in the Kitchen Garden, Coed Hills. Hosted by Ediculture
Tree planting at Coed
The new Nursery at Trees of Hope
Junior group from the school learning at Trees of Hope nursery.
Wellington Chinyere on the Right, key worker at Trees of Hope, with Kennedy Junior Chinyere, on left.