WE have created a Bog Garden out of this cracked and neglected pond. pictures of our efforts can be seen below and on www.pengegreengym.org.uk Continue reading »
Capital Clean-up is a Mayor of London led partnership programme enabling Londoners to volunteer and clean-up our city through local action.
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Grow Wild is an exciting new food growing, sharing and eating project in New Cross and the surround areas. Grow Wild is out to make a difference and have a lot of fund in doing so. We are a community partnership looking to promote innovative and unusual ways to engage people in food growing and cooking. Grow Wild core partners are Edmund Waller Community Services, Common Growth Community Garden, Bold Vision, Green Shoots, Transition Towns New Cross and the Hill Station Community Café.View all
Photo: Digging Halsmere, LambethHello,Just a reminder that Love Parks Week 2014 is coming up, running from 25 July - 3 August 2014. We know that lots of Capital Clean-up projects are involved with helping to spruce up London's parks and are also helping to create new ones. Thank you to so many projects for putting up some great journal posts and adding photos to show all your hard work. recent posts have included the Rise Park Pavilion Pamper in Havering and Castlehaven Community Association creating new wildlife habitat in their park in Camden. (Both of these projects have events tomorrow, Saturday 19 July if you'd like to go along and help!). There are many more brilliant stories in the Linked Journal section of the Capital Clean-up cluster so do have a read. I've seen that the Friends of Enfield Playing Fields, who have a Capital Clean-up kit, are running a Capital Clean-up event on Saturday 26 July at 10am. Is anyone else planning on joining in with Love Parks Week? If so do let us know in the comments below or drop us a message and we'll help promote your events via @LDN_environment. Best wishes,KatrinaGLA Environment Team
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Join in with weekly wildlife gardening and food growing activities at Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden in ...