London has the largest concentration of city/care farms and community gardens of any UK city.

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Find out more about our work in London and how we can help.

See below for a map view or list of Social Farms & Gardens members in London, as well as local news, events and case studies. There are also lots of useful information resources available for social farmers, gardeners and growers on our Resources page.  

To find care farming and green care services, please visit our care farming and green care map and list.

To find out more about team action days please see our guidance on these pages. We can signpost you to local farms or gardens that offer team action days, and you can also find them on the map at the bottom of this page.

Our work in London

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SF&G run ‘Londoners Natural Future’ a bespoke training, support and networking programme for staff, volunteers and trustees of city farms and community gardens. The focus is on how to run great organisations and projects (rather than teaching hands-on farming and gardening skills.) Training is delivered by members with lots of support from SF&G staff. Funded by Kusuma Trust UK, the programme is excellent value and high quality. It brings us together, showcases and develops our skills, and raises our collective voice. 



We also offer free training for individuals and nature-based organisations near to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This is funded by London Legacy Development Corporation and complements our work with Populo Living and residents of Carpenters Estate to develop new community garden spaces where people can connect with London’s nature.  

To discover more about our training and networking events or to offer your expertise please contact: [email protected]

Our members in London

There are loads of places to visit, volunteer or support. London's network of farms and gardens offer services to business, schools and health commissioners; corporate volunteering, venue hire, landscaping, workshops, creches, after-school clubs, social/care farming, mobile farms and much, much more.

Take a look at this video to find out more: 

London Harvest Festival


Each September, our members organise the London Harvest Festival  to showcase Londoners horticultural and agricultural skills. City farms and community gardens take part in competitions and there are enjoyable activities for staff and volunteers.

To take part in the animal or horticultural competitions or to bring a group of your participants to visit, please contact: [email protected]. Find out more on the our London Harvest Festival page.



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    Where to start the search. This can be an address, city or postcode. If searching in London, try "London N1" instead of "N1".
    City / County City / Suburb Contact ID
    Edible Garden London London 73044
    Edible Rotherhithe C.I.O. London London 71168
    Elm Village Community Garden London London 43896
    Elsley Primary School London London 61992
    Energy Garden London London 76833
    Enviroble London London 75108
    Exploring Anxiety london london 78090
    FEAST With Us (FEAST) London London 72275
    First Fruits Environmental Services C.I.C. London London 73555
    Fitzhugh Grove Community Garden London London 75403
    Foodscape London London 74928
    Forest Gate Community Garden London London 59649

    Latest news

    For the second year running, we’re partnering with HelloFresh (recipe box extraordinaires) to support SF&G members in running activities to educate consumers about food and encourage more sustainable habits. This year, there is a particular focus on families and children. HelloFresh has put...

    The 25th annual London Harvest festival took place on Saturday September 16th, knitting together London’s city farms and community gardens, and the staff and volunteers who make these sites so special. Our own Richard Choksey took part in the day as one of the judges on the panel. Participants...

    Upcoming events

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    An online course for people interested in setting up a care farm. Get an introduction to care farming and the basics of starting up. 


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    An online course for new and established care farmers. Take a detailed look at care farming and developing good practice on your farm.


    Gardeniser Pro Training, Spring 2024

    Gardeniser Pro provides a formal qualification that recognises the professional skills required for an organising role within a community garden, farm or growing space. This course contains ‘everything you need to know about running a community...

    Useful Case Studies

    Kentish Town City Farm (KTCF) was the first City Farm in the UK. Founded in 1972, this four-acre project has livestock and horses, a riding school, gardening space, a wildlife area, orchard and a focus for education and community work with thousands...

    Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses (BCPG) is an independent environmental charity operating from a former municipal greenhouse site in the centre of Lambeth’s Brockwell Park. The site is now a vibrant community garden comprising a series of...

    Our member groups provide the inspiration for these videos, created as part of our Tyfu Pobl programme in Wales but of interest to viewers across the UK, which shows our members in action and illustrate how our support has helped in their development...