Ferme de Quincé

The small “agricultural and festive” haven of peace on the edge of the city will continue the cultural activities that have begun in recent years, while reviving its former agricultural activity and becoming part of the social fabric of the Beauregard district.

Hidden between the western bypass, the Beauregard district and the Saint-Grégoire commercial zone, a corner of nature still resists the deadly alignment of parking lots. Go along the boulevard Robiquette, then turn your back on the Grand Quartier shopping center to take the small tree-lined road of Haut-Quincé. A little further up is the Quincé farm, where the Rennes collective 35 Volts has been based since April 1. The association won a call for projects from Rennes Métropole to create an “agricultural” place to animate the neighborhood.

the Ferme de Quincé is: concerts, exhibitions, participative workcamps, but also market gardening activities, a farm sale and permaculture initiations.

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