Welcome to Glengall Wharf Garden

Glengall Wharf Garden is a peaceful green oasis at the east side of Burgess Park, in north Peckham, managed by and for local people using sustainable growing techniques and permaculture to develop the site as a place to build skills, community and well being for all our gardeners.

The Garden includes food growing beds, a forest garden, a healing yurt, beehives, chickens, ponds and a campfire. Click here for a site plan

Its free to join in with our open sessions and we are always looking for volunteers to help out in our garden or care for our chickens or bees.

Thursday – Grown in Peckham [NB: Thursday sessions have not begun yet. Stay tuned for our start date!]
Everyone welcome from 1pm for a shared lunch. Bring a contribution, and get gardening till 4pm every Thursday.
You will be working with food growing trainees who will help build bigger yields, and enable more produce to be donated to the Southwark Food Bank in Peckham.

Sunday – Open garden session

1pm to 4pm – Open to all
12:30pm – Bee group meeting

Monday – Little Gardeners
10am – 1pm – Playgroup open to under 5s, all children need to be supervised throughout their time.

Our aims, as outlined in our constitution are as follows:

  • Work with the local community to increase the understanding of healthy, local and fresh food.
  • Promote food growing, organic horticulture, permaculture and other ecological issues through skill sharing and volunteering.
  • Bring people together, building links within the community for groups and individuals.
  • Help improve the local green environment in Burgess Park and the surrounding area.
  • Help regenerate the local community, contribute to sustainable development in London and enhance the life of the park.

If you want to get involved drop in to one of our open sessions. No experience necessary!

To hear more about what events are coming up please do check out our Calendar, sign up to our mailing list or follow us on social media.

Any questions or comments? Email us at: burgessfoodproject@gmail.com