You will be very welcome to join us at any of these events in the garden. Let us know you are coming by emailing email@example.com so we know how many to expect for lunch. Hope to see you soon.
Fire Cider Vinegar
Saturday 11th November, 11am-3pm
Fire cider vinegar is a traditional European health tonic said to be good for the digestive and immune systems. With cold season upon us, why not come and join us in making a simple, tasty home remedy full of hot and healthy ingredients! It's even good enough to eat! No doubt we will also have fun activities going on in the garden, too!
All welcome: adults and children. Let us know if you would like to join us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Macrame Plant Hangers & Paper Making
Saturday 18th November, 11am-3pm
Join us for some cosy winter crafts as well as our usual fun outdoor activities in the garden. We’ll be making a decorative plant hanger out of cord, and some paper out of recycled materials. The projects are really simple, so you wont get tangled up in knots!
Come and learn about Green Manures
Saturday 25th November, 11am-3pm
Green manures are short-lived crops grown for their soil-benefitting properties. Come and learn how to sow, grow and choose the right ones for your site!
Sunday 10th December, 11am-3pm
If you have ever wondered what edible plants can be grown indoors all year round, then this is the session for you! We’ll discuss and demonstrate growing shoots, microgreens and sprouted seeds. Ideal for those with limited space - all you need is a windowsill for these plant-based projects!
Nature Based Gift Making
Saturday 16th December, 11am-3pm
A perfect chance to make some last minute holiday gifts for friends and family! We’ll be dyeing scarves, baking biscuits and making tree ornaments. To celebrate the last session of the year, we also invite everyone to bring a dish to share for a group lunch with music, stories and games!
Free children’s outdoor growing, cooking and craft education
We include children's activities at the gardening clubs. Recent children's activities include:
Making felt bowls, making pancakes, making pizza, drawing, learning about carrots.
This video was produced by Capital Growth. It records the contributions of different community gardens during the Covid crisis. Jazz Browne, CEO of Nubian Life is interviewed about the work at the Josiah Braithwaite Community Garden.
Ecological wildlife-friendly garden
Welcome to our Josiah Braithwaite Community Garden. The garden provides a diverse range of edible plants with plenty of benefits for wildlife.
The garden has a permaculture design and was installed by Permablitz London and filmed by BBC Gardeners’ World and broadcast in June 2018. The garden is one of Permablitz London’s showcase gardens.
Find us at 50 Ellerslie Road, London W12 7BW.
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