Imbolc feasting

Garden produce was eaten with relish by the Copleston Together group (a Maintaining Health Partners project)  who used our lovely leafy veg to make salads, stews and more. Imbolc, also known as St Brigid's Day is a festival marking the start of spring. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imbolc Bainigí sult as bhur mbéile!

Ladies who lunched

A glorious October day, fiesty garden salads, squash soup, spinach pie and lashings of fresh peppermint tea, the ladies of  Volunteer Centre Southwark helped prepare the luscious luncheon, enjoyed by the whole team (still hard at work weeding and planting) The visit was part of their Healthy Food workshop. Thank you!   We got some lovely … Continue reading Ladies who lunched

Happy garden people

Post tea and cake - our May Fair opening day was a great success, lots of cake, tea and plants sold. Highlights were the chocolate crispy things, chelsea buns and fresh mint tea.

Burgess Park May Fair

Out and about at the Burgess Park May Fair - lots of interest in the project. The local Master Gardeners joined in, along with Penny Pickling Peckham and her delicious trolley of home made treats, all foraged locally.

Burgess Park Wassail

The 17th of January is the traditional twelfth night. In gratitude for last years crops, in hope for the coming season and at a loss for something better to do, we decided on a special, Peckham style wassail on the more convenient 16th. Awkwardly,...