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.
Facilities: Volunteering, Wildlife area
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
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.
Friday, January 1, 2021 - 09:00 to Friday, March 31, 2023 - 17:00
Training and networking for care farmers
A programme of national and regional events offered by the Growing Care Farming project. The programme includes regular themed webinars, network meetings, training courses and launch events for those working...
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 00:00 to Wednesday, June 30, 2021 - 00:00
Applications are now open for this year's European Gardeniser Pro Online Training Course
If you work within the community gardening or farming sector and want to broaden your skills, this comprehensive course could be just what you are looking for...
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 - 10:00 to Thursday, April 22, 2021 - 12:00
How to Use Zoom, Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams for Environmental Education
SF&G London, the London City Farms and Community Gardens Association, and the London Environmental Educators Forum (LEEF) are proud to offer this bespoke training...
Wales ‘grows for it’ with £130,000 investment in more allotments - Welsh Allotment Regeneration Initiative
A new support package designed to increase allotments in areas of Wales where they most needed has been announced today by Social Farms...
London culture magazine 'Huck' has its finger on the pulse for community matters in London. This month they interviewed Social Farms & Gardens for their article 'Force of nature: the battle to save London’s green spaces'.
Writer Jessica Furseth...
This year we are very pleased to be working with and receiving funding from the Hilden Charitable Fund to run the Children's Summer Activities Programme. This opportunity will replace Hilden Charitable Fund’s annual Playscheme Grant...
A new Natural England-funded project to demonstrate the enormous benefits of outdoor learning to children and develop a model(s) of using ‘hub’ schools to support and deliver teacher training, is now available.
The project, which is funded by...
Cylch Cnydau: Llywodraeth Cymru yn ariannu'r gwaith o gyflenwi a gosod systemau Amaethyddiaeth yr Amgylchedd a Reolir ar gyfer arddangos manteision cymunedol ar draws 4 safle yng Nghymru
Mae Amaethyddiaeth yr Amgylchedd a...