grow and learn together taking care of each other and the environment.”
Volunteering opportunities for people with a few hours to spare helping maintain the garden and food growing area.
Families with young children mostly living in flats with no gardens meet and learn together through play.
Holiday, after-school and weekend programmes provide out door, creative and social activities for children
We have the opportunity to develop a new building to increase what we do and want to know more about what local people would like to happen in the area so we can provide what local people need.
Garden Fete – June 8th, 12noon – 5pm -
Stalls available £10. We’ve already got all the food stalls we need but please contact us if you would like to sell anything else. Download stall booking form here.
May half term – click to download May 2013
Come along for futsal/football, cooking, arts & crafts, pampering sessions – and more. What would you like to do? Let us know. Bring your friends, and come and make new friends. Your £2 goes straight into activities and food for the group!
Our garden party was a great success with almost 200 people attending. Thanks to everyone who attended and especially to those who gave up their time to help out. Lots of people completed the building consultation questionnaire so our current total is 350 consultations completed. Only 150 to go!
Each Saturday 2pm – 5pm. For families and 8 – 14yr olds, limited places available for adult/ young people volunteers. We’ll build a different stage of the oven and its shelter each week, then when it’s completed, we’ll cook in it. On the 22nd June there will be a bread festival to celebrate the oven!
Playground Design Competition – click to download Playground design pack
This competition is designed for children aged between 7 and 14 years. The winning entry will receive £50 worth of vouchers of your choice and there are 2 runner up prizes of ipod shuffles. Get your entries in by Saturday June 1st.
Sponsored by Knight Frank independent real estate consultancy
What we do
People from all cultural and diverse backgrounds participate and enrich our activities.
Our volunteer and training programme helps people learn new skills, provides opportunity for social interaction and out door exercise as well as offering horticultural training for adults with learning difficulties.
Environmental and food growing sessions encourage and develop awareness of organic methods and composting. Bangladeshi women and older people as well as families participate growing their own food.
Our 5-a-side futsal pitch provides programmes to improve health and well-being for young people as well as generating vital revenue from hiring.