This Saturday 19th September, we will be holding our Grown in Peckham Fundraiser from 2-5pm. The fundraiser will include a pottery sale, plant sale (house plants, garden plants and herbs), quality bric a brac, homemade jams made from the garden’s fruit, cake, and guided tours from our food growers. All proceeds from the sale will go towards helping fund future … Continue reading Grown In Peckham Fundraiser – Saturday 19th September 2020
We continue to monitor the guidelines carefully and will keep this page up to date with the current rules and what this means for Sunday opening hours We want to make sure you can visit the garden safely, so we have put new temporary guidelines in place. To make sure everyone can socially distance properly, … Continue reading Sunday Opening Times during Covid
Help us harvest this broccoli in March! Trainee Food Grower Glengall Wharf Garden is looking for part-time trainee food growers for 2020. A voluntary role, this is a fantastic opportunity to gain practical experience and knowledge of growing vegetables, salad crops, fresh herbs and some soft fruit, in an urban setting. We are looking for … Continue reading We are recruiting Trainee Food Growers
Help us raise funds for a fabulous Community Yurt in Glengall Wharf Garden. It will be a meeting, learning and healing space for the whole community. What we'll deliver: The cost of a yurt, plinth foundations and a lockable door.The cost of fencing for the neighbouring site.The installation of the yurt and fencing in the … Continue reading GLENGALL WHARF GARDEN COMMUNITY YURT
Our first Growfest was an activity packed day filled to the brim with local people of a green fingered persuasion. Bringing together local gardeners, there were new skills to learn, labels, pesto, printed bags, seed bombs and bug hotels to make, good food to eat, bees to inspect and seeds to share and save. We … Continue reading Growfest a hit!
The workshop is designed to give participants the knowledge of how to problem solve, design and build. Leaving participants with the skills and confidence to tackle most carpentry jobs around the garden. We will be building wooden frame covers for our raised beds that use basic tools such as a tape measure, technical drawing, square, … Continue reading Workshop: Basic Carpentry for gardens
BOOK TICKETS HERE FOR FREE. https://growing-edible-landscapes.eventbrite.co.uk/ In this two hour workshop we will explore some of the design principles that can help us create low-maintenance edible landscapes using perennial fruit and vegetables. These edible landscapes, on a larger scale also forest gardens, can provide food, but also other resources such as timber and firewood as … Continue reading Workshop: Growing Edible Landscapes
Our yearly celebration welcoming everyone to the garden to play, eat, talk, enjoy and try out new activities. There is a family focus this year but everyone is welcome to come and enjoy the space, eat cake and pizza and lots more. See you there!
Our taster sessions have been fun. Along with herbal remedy workshops with Amanda Rew, we've enjoyed a plant dyeing workshop with Diane Sullock of Brockwell Greenhouses, and a swift introduction to permaculture with Kevin Mascarenhas of Natural Flow. It's been really enjoyable, and a great way to learn more about plants in the garden and … Continue reading Herb Tuesdays’ taster sessions