Cable Street Community Garden
Cable Street Community Gardens are an oasis of tranquility with fruit trees, berry bushes and numerous mini-ponds across the site, in addition to the plentiful flowers and vegetables; they also provide an important meeting place and link between a wide range of ages and cultures in East London. The garden is one of the largest in inner London and caters for a wide range of interests among its members, including creating habitats for native plants and a haven for wildlife where everyone can enjoy the natural world.
Every day during daylight when members are on site.
By underground and London Docklands Light Railway to Shadwell (Eastern Line). By bus: any bus down Commercial Road, stop by Steel's Lane Health Centre and walk through. Also No. 100 from Liverpool Street. By car: off Highway, on left travelling east, opp.King Edward Memorial Gardens/sign for Prospect of Whitby pub; turn up Glamis Road, cross straight over Cable Street.