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Here’s a chance to hear from one of our latest group members Could you tell us a little about yourselves? Eden Nature Garden was created from a piece of disused church land in 2000 and over the last 20 years has evolved into a beautiful, tranquil garden, a haven for wildlife and a wonderful space…

Established in 2000, Eden Nature Garden is one of London’s best kept secret gardens. Tucked away on a public footpath between the Wandsworth Road and Rectory Grove, the garden aims to create a green, tranquil, inner city space for people to sit and play. It aims to create and maintain a sustainable habitat for wildlife…

What will you choose to plant this year? Will it be whatever seed you can get hold of, something new, or something tried and tested? Have you saved seed or are you buying it? Or do you have any seed you’d like to share? We’d love to know what you’re planning – is there one…

Last month, we announced that we’d been awarded funding. Here’s more news about the project: We are working with six estates – Ethelred, Vauxhall Gardens, Holland Town, Myatts Fields South, St Martin’s and Central Hill. Do you live on one of these estates and would like to get involved in greening your estate? If so,…

One gardener commented to us “My garden has been like a second home over this covid-19 period of isolation and cut-off. A place to cultivate and be at one with Nature”. We have loved welcoming so many new growers to IEL in 2020 and wanted to celebrate our combined harvest so, as part of Capital…

A chance to take a virtual walk around this amazing walled garden in the middle of Brockwell Park, meet the Director and ask questions. Use this link or join via zoom.us, with these details: Meeting ID: 852 9979 0768 Password: 002275

We are a community garden with an element of food growing. The garden has been going for over four years. It was created as part of the Lost Effra Project with funding from Lambeth. We regularly meet once a month on the second Sunday. People also go in and potter at other times. We have…

Could you tell us a little about how you got interested in growing food?From a young age I have been growing vegetables in my back garden. As I got older I realized the demand for locally produced organic food. I have completed a Diploma Level 2 in horticulture which has helped to give me both practical…

Find out how our beers are made and get to grips with the ingredients used to create a range of flavours by tasting our full range of beers. See how we work to prevent food waste by donating our spent grains and hops to local growing projects like Loughborough Farm. Visit the farm to see…

Come and join us at Loughborough Farm for a community shared lunch. Please bring a dish to share if you can, otherwise just come and join us. Some dishes will include ingredients from the Farm! You will be able to find out more about our community growing space and LJ Works which will be opening…