Evanstown Community Garden is in need of investment if it is to survive in years to come.
The garden, which has become a social hub for Evanstown, needs the investment to repair planting beds and new compost.
The site is on top of a former housing site and requires fresh compost in order to grow. The garden has united the community and has attracted volunteers and garden users of all ages. It requires only a small amount of investment for what will guarantee the continuation of the garden.
Chris Elmore MP, on visiting the volunteers, said: "What Mark Street has done here is truly fantastic. They've turned a site that was used for fly tipping and an eye sore into a community hub for all ages. I'm hopeful they can achieve their fundraising potential. I've invited the group to a funding advice day I'm hosting and hope it's useful for them."