With the arrival or spring, Pop Brixton has been replanted with tropical monsters! The winter roof came down from the site, so we could finally restore the greenery in all its glory. The polytunnel also got a full replant, removing the winter coloured cyclamen and spring bulbs for summer flowers […]
Articles by: Bruno Lacey
There are times when it feels like the stars and planets align to give assistance to a noble cause. It felt that our community day on Saturday was such an occasion. If we were to get anywhere near our goals of planting some 25 trees and building tree guards around […]
Thursday was an exciting day on site as we took delivery of our ornamental plants, in preparation for two huge days of planting. Friday was our corporate and school volunteer day. We were joined by a team of 9 immigration lawyers from Fragomen, and 19 pupils from two local primary schools. We’ve shifted some […]
One of the best things about working on community gardening projects is the people you meet, and the times you share. One of the endearing memories from today will be of Shaquille – and a string of willing but unsuccessful helpers – trying to get his size 12 right foot out […]
We’ve completed our second day on site and it’s safe to say there are a few aching muscles, but also plenty of satisfaction as we planted the first tree!
We are under way to with the first exciting project of the year, the creation of the Brixton Orchard near St. Mathews Church.
Join us in the first days of March to create a lasting community resource for south London: the Brixton Orchard.
A late winter trip to the west coast of America was a chance to explore the incredible plants to be found from Los Angeles to Oregon. In the first of a short series of plant diaries, we share the outdoor beauties of the Getty Museum in L.A. In winter, these […]
Over the past two weeks we have been supporting the excellent work done at the Community Shop West Norwood, building a Rion greenhouse and significantly enlarging their edible and ornamental garden, in order to improve the wellbeing of their members.
Tomorrow we will be creating a new community resource in the form of 3 raised beds, at the Minet Library, which Lambeth council has forcibly closed (including the Lambeth Archives). We planned this work when the library’s fate seemed undecided, to add value to the site and demonstrate the wide variety […]