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  • Thanks, volunteers -we couldn’t have done it without you.

        A gentle afternoons feasting, lantern making and toasting marshmallows by the fire.

  • It ain’t over in October

    We are a busy bunch in the garden, harvesting beans, rocket, tomatoes, squash, the last of the cucumbers and potatoes and starting to tidy the place up a bit. Things are winding down, and we’ve started planning our winter crops  of broad beans, peas and winter salads. Del Boy the local traveller cob. His regular […]

  • September Celebration

    Come and join us to celebrate a years gardening on site! Saturday 21st sept 12 -4pm – tea, cakes, eels, organic gardening activities, rocket stoves, permaculture and more……….

  • HOT!! composting ; )

    First batch of tasty, fresh compost from our new hot composting system. We’re not purists, so maybe could be called warm….. great results anyway!   Quite hard work though….   http://www.gardenorganic.org.uk/organicgardening/compost_pf.php

  • Yum!

    Delicious dishes from Ganapati made from garden produce….we’ll try to share recipes  soon.

  • Glorious Glengall Wharf Garden

  • Spring has sprung….

    We’ve started planting. Hurrah!! It feels like spring is here. Just in case, we’ve built a polytunnel within a polytunnel so our seeds and seedlings stay cosy.

  • Site circa 1915 -1925.

    The site has been through many incarnations. From market gardens in the 17th and 18th century to busy industrial wharves post canal (1806 -1826) Glengall Wharf http://www.londoncanals.co.uk/grsurrey/gsc01.html www.southwark.gov.uk/info/200159/hist…

  • Spicy developments

    We are delighted to enter into collaboration with Ganapati Restaurant in Peckham to develop our south asian vegetable growing. Ganapati have offered to sponsor seeds and work with us next summer to run a curry masterclass or two. Watch this space….

  • Land Learner

    We are now a member of the Permaculture Association Land Learner scheme. An example of good practice in permaculture design and ethos and on our way to becoming a Land Centre. We are still in our infancy. To become a fully fledged Centre we need t…