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Join us at the Greenhouses for this wonderful tasting and making session about fermented vegetables. We will share a story about magical microbes, walk around our gardens picking edible flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables then ferment these into something delicious. You will take home a jar of vegetables to ferment at home, as well as…

Playing for Herne Hill Music Festival, Danzon, a Blues Guitars duo play the works of the great 1930s-40s jazz and blues guitarists Eddie Lang, Carl Kress, Dick McDonough, George Barnes, and Lonnie Johnson. Botanical cocktails, herbal teas, locally brewed beers, home made and grown food (sweet and savoury) will all be on offer. Book here…

With the Furrow Collective, Lucy Farrell won Best Group in the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. This year Lucy is embarking on a solo career something so many have been hoping for, since first hearing her exquisite renditions of traditional ballads and quietly moving original songs. Botanical cocktails, herbal teas, locally brewed beers, home…

Chris Dyer and Lis Stewart perform an acoustic gig at the greenhouses on nyckelharpa, fiddles and Maccann duet concertina. They play hauntingly beautiful arrangements of traditional dance tunes from around Europe along with more contemporary folk tunes and songs. Botanical cocktails (Lemon Verbena Gimlet and Brockwell Mirto Sparkle) local beer from Canopy, teas made from…

To align with Sustain’s Urban Food Fortnight, from 19th September to 6th October we are promoting everything foodie going on in Lambeth – both on our website and in a leaflet. We would love you to submit ideas for food-centred events, even if you’ve already registered with Sustain. In order to get onto our IEL…

A good news story from one of our members – how a group of residents got together to transform a neglected space in Stockwell.

Join us on 15 October to celebrate community growing in Lambeth and crown the winners of the Blooming Lambeth Awards 2019! 

At our recent seed swap, the Garden Museum was humming with activity as people gathered to share seeds and started to think about the next growing season. We couldn’t believe the number of people who came through the door, eager to get a chance to talk about the next veg or flowers they were going…