Ballybeg Greens - Weekly Vegetable Box

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Ballybeg Greens - Weekly Vegetable Box

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Jun 28 2019 18:00 - Sep 27 2019 18:00


Ballybeg Greens is a local Waterford Social Enterprise established by the Ballybeg Community Development Project which produces and supplies top quality organically grown salad leaves, specialist vegetables, edible flowers and herbs. 

Ballybeg Greens will provide WEEKLY VEGETABLE BOXES for a fee of Eur 20 per box per week supporting local growers and farmers.

Each vegetable box will always contain Potatoes, Carrots and Onions plus 5 other seasonal vegetables from the list below. The Vegetable Boxes are to be collected from Ballybeg Greens or by special arrangement at a more convenient time. Customers are asked to sign up to purchase the vegetable boxes every week for an initial period of 3 months. 

To sign up please follow these two steps:

Step One: Follow the link below to sign up for a weekly direct debit of Eur 20 per week for 3 months. The Eur 20 payment per vegetable box will be taken every Friday from your account by direct debit for a period of three months (14 weeks).

Step Two: Please click on the link below to Register for the weekly vegetable box from Ballybeg Greens

The Waterford & South Kilkenny Branch are helping Ballybeg Greens with arranging the sale and supply of the boxes and the DSI Branch will receive 20% of the income from all vegetable boxes sold. The local DSI Branch is a charity providing therapy, education and supports to people with Down Syndrome and their families in the Waterford and South Kilkenny area. 

Sources of Contents of Vegetable Box:

Potatoes – Ballybeg Greens 

Salad Mix – Ballybeg Greens 

Spinach – Ballybeg Greens 

Rocket – Ballybeg Greens

Head Lettuce – Ballybeg Greens

Spring Onions – Ballybeg Green

Leeks – Ballybeg Greens/Tom Cleary 

Cabbage – Ballybeg Greens 

Kale – Ballybeg Greens/Tom Cleary 

Tomatoes – David Currid Grantstown Nursery

Onions  Various local suppliers

Carrots – Ballybeg Greens/Tom Cleary 

Cucumbers – Ballybeg Greens 

Courgettes – Ballybeg Greens 

Peas/Mangetout – Ballybeg Greens 

Beans (Borlotti) – Ballybeg Greens 

Beets – Ballybeg Greens/Mooncoin Beetroot/ Tom Cleary

Strawberries – Wexford Strawberries 

Apples – Kildalton College/Portlaw

Herbs – Ballybeg Greens

Who are Ballybeg Greens?

Ballybeg Greens is a social enterprise established by Ballybeg CDP Ltd.

Ballybeg Greens is committed to the development of a sustainable Social Enterprise business based in Ballybeg Estate providing training and employment opportunities to unemployed adults in the area and beyond.

Who are the Waterford and South Kilkenny Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland?

Down Syndrome Ireland is a national voluntary organisation with over 3,500 members and 25 branches nationwide.  We are dedicated to being the primary source of information and support for people with Down Syndrome, their families and the professional community; working towards an improved quality of life for its members, along with a respect and acceptance of people with Down Syndrome as valued members of Irish society. The Waterford and South Kilkenny Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland is one of those 25 branches.  Our Branch provides a wide range of therapeutic, educational and life-enhancing activities for over 170 members with Down Syndrome in the local area such as Speech & Language Therapy, Adult Literacy Classes, Work Skills Programmes, Personal Development Courses, Computer Classes, Lámh Courses, Numicon Courses, Swimming Lessons, Keep Fit classes, Juniors Club, Summer Days Out, Christmas Party and many more.

For further information, please email or contact us by post at The Waterford and South Kilkenny Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland, c/o Respond Building, John’s College, The Folly, Waterford City. 

We are very grateful for your support.


    Waterford & South Kilkenny Branch of Down Syndrome Ireland


    Ballybeg Greens Ballybeg Greens, Ballybeg Greens, The Community Centre, Ballybeg, Waterford, X91YT38 Waterford


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