https://youtu.be/4gnGmjL4UUM The Glengall Wharf Healing Yurt was crowdfunded for last year in collaboration with Maintaining Health Partners. We have now finished the access and the flooring inside and now our priority is to get funding to enable us to provide therapies for people from the community who are dealing with any level of mental health … Continue reading Glengall Wharf Healing Yurt: February 2020 update
Well, we didn’t get to cover the birds but the bees blew us away – and the cakes were plentiful and delicious. On Sunday the Glengall beekeepers helped us don suits while the brave put their hands in their pockets and their hoods up, and we watched and listened to the Story of Bees. Then Florence brewed … Continue reading Bees, Birds and Some Serious Cakes
Have you wondered exactly what goes on at Glengall Wharf Garden? Well, here are a few photos that will give you an idea. We work hard, have fun, get to know each other and keep the garden going. Our volunteers come from all walks of life and all communities - everyone is welcome to join in, … Continue reading The people of the project
Salads ready to to go, seedlings waiting patiently. Peckham is growing.... We grow for local cafes, restaurants, community groups and for anyone who comes to volunteer. We'll be holding a plant swap / giveaway in June (donate if you wish) and we'll also be at local markets down Peckham and Camberwell way.....Any money raised brings … Continue reading Shhh….can you hear it? Peckham is definitely growing….
Our first course on site....small but perfectly formed Introduction to Permaculture, and launches the new classroom..... Garden view Insulated floor using recycled waste polystyrene, should help keep the drafts out.
Shed still on it's way...small and slow steps with plenty of helpers!
Glorious weather and a great turn out of volunteers helping to tidy and sort the site, plant out ramsons (wild garlic) strawberries, thresh and winnow the rye grown last year and a bit of weeding out of grasses. Fruit trees blossoming, bumblebees buzzing and all the loveliness of spring to be enjoyed. We also started … Continue reading The big tidy up
We spent the day learning practical surveying techniques for measuring length, height difference, contours etc with a few home made devices. A dash of ribena in the bunyip or water level made it easier to read the differences. All the info gathered will feed into our plans for the forest garden. The A frame Marking … Continue reading We’ve got the measure of it…….or beginning to at least.
The first of many new planters we need to build. Come and help us!