Guide to the Winter Garden: A series

During the autumn we had Chris Collins come and join us at the Walworth Allotment Association in Fielding Street, for an afternoon of learning how to prepare our garden spaces, for the winter. He gave us practical demonstrations on one of the plots of the allotment on the topics of Seed sowing in drills Sowing a pollinator border  Take cuttings Continue Reading

Festive Wreath-Making

Last Saturday, we supported the Brandon Estate growers and organised a wreath making workshop for the network and community members. Network members and the community, had the chance to to learn how to create their own wreath. The room was filled with old faces and new, all coming together to close the year creating a piece for their homes over Continue Reading

Heritage & History

A walking tour of Walworth On Sunday 10th October 2021, we were fortunate enough to have the local historian and Blue Badge Guide, Isobel Durant come and host a walking heritage tour of Walworth for us! We used posters to reach out on a local level and this time it really spoke to a lot of our neighbours in Walworth Continue Reading

Neighbourhood Gathering on Tatum Street

Sunday 19th September  Pembroke House hosted a neighbourhood gathering earlier last month, celebrating the resilience of the local area during the pandemic and the support systems which have stayed in place supporting locals. There were stalls and groups celebrating the heritage of the local area, craft beer, sound healing, traditional Bolivian dance and Edible Rotherhithe was selling some beautiful crafts Continue Reading

Surrey Square School: Craft & Cooking Sessions

Friday 17th September  Surrey Square School @ediblerotherhithe has been part of the network and running incredible food growing initiatives for several years. The Surrey Square School site has a incredible polytunnel growing spaces for the primary school children to learn about growing fruits, herbs and vegetables, as well as raised beds, fruit trees and even a nursery growing space on Continue Reading

Pullens Project Blog Post

Behind the scenes This past weekend we had the pleasure of shooting footage at five gardens from the network. Vincent Brown from the Pullens Estate reached out to us a few months ago to collaborate on the ‘virtual garden tour’ project with funding help from the Pullens TRA. After a busy summer for us all, we were finally able to Continue Reading

Brandon Estate new beds launch event

Following a close collaboration with Ruth, Sophie, & the Great Estates team, we were able to have a launch event for the new growing space on the Brandon, on Friday 20th August. A truly multinational effort, it was conceived by an Irishman, constructed by Peter & Niels (from Hungary & Iceland respectively) and we have allocated plots to residents from Continue Reading

The Great Walworth Plant Swap

On Saturday 20th May, we teamed up again with the members of The Walworth Society, to bring a plant swap to the garden of St. Peter’s Church. Vegetable seedlings, young fruit bushes and house plant cuttings were all available to locals, as well as some veg and Hollyhock seeds. We had a couple of unusual plants such as black current Continue Reading

Walworth Plant Swap 2021!

We are very excited to announce another Plant Swap this year on May 22nd 11am – 1pm at St Peter’s Church Garden, Liverpool Grove, London SE17 2HH In 2020 despite Covid a plant swap went ahead which was hugely successful. This year we are delighted to team up with members of the Walworth Society to swap plants and get people Continue Reading

Have you tuned into the London Natural History Society Talks yet?

If not? Why not? They have something for everyone coming up and they are available to watch later on their YouTube channel. These amazing talks will take you into the world of pollinators, slugs, weeds and birds. A couple of talks we can recommend are: More than Weeds: The Flora of London’s Pavements with Sophie Leguil – a weed or Continue Reading