A hidden treasure of an urban oasis; a community garden developed and maintained by disabled and disadvantaged people for the benefit of all.
We grow together to enhance our wellbeing and make us feel better!
We are fully accessible and welcome visitors that want to find some silent space and a stress free environment.
We make plants, chutneys and jams and harvest seed to sell to you. Produce is grown all year round so come and see what is in season and tastes good.
Schools and Group tours and activities available – contact to find out more (or better still come and see us!).
Facilities: Volunteering, Shop, Community space for hire, Picnic area, Wildlife area
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
Mon - Friday 9 - 5
Check website for weekends and evenings activities
Nearest station: Hoxton Overground
Nearest tube station: Old Street
Mainline Rail station: Liverpool Street, London
Off the A10, secretly sandwiched between Kingsland Road and Hackney Road
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