Practice the skill of observation. Take time to ground and listen. When we clear away some of our inner obstacles so that we can open ourselves to the outside world, when we allow ourselves to be in the present, we can be fed and informed and delighted by the richness of life around us. - … Continue reading Nine ways of observing
This Saturday 19th September, we will be holding our Grown in Peckham Fundraiser from 2-5pm. The fundraiser will include a pottery sale, plant sale (house plants, garden plants and herbs), quality bric a brac, homemade jams made from the garden’s fruit, cake, and guided tours from our food growers. All proceeds from the sale will go towards helping fund future … Continue reading Grown In Peckham Fundraiser – Saturday 19th September 2020
The garden is run by volunteers, operating in working groups. Read a description of each working group below and if you're interested in getting involved, we would love to hear from you! You'll be joining a vibrant, friendly team who share skills and ideas openly, working together to ensure the garden continues to serve the … Continue reading Join our working groups
We continue to monitor the guidelines carefully and will keep this page up to date with the current rules and what this means for Sunday opening hours We want to make sure you can visit the garden safely, so we have put new temporary guidelines in place. To make sure everyone can socially distance properly, … Continue reading Sunday Opening Times during Covid
Specially created for our newsletter, this suitable-for-all-ages guide shares how to print using found leaves! This instructable was dreamed up by Fizzy from Benevolent Weeds, a dedicated plant-worshipper and outdoor educator from Tottenham. Benevolent Weeds is self described as “a celebration of the plant queendom’s most lovable delinquents.” They share pictures, articles, and run foraging … Continue reading How to do leaf printing
Join Sean and Jack for a dawn soundscape tour of the garden. Armed with his flask of coffee and dictaphone at the crack of dawn, Sean Roy Parker is meeting up with Jack Narbed to take in the sights, sounds and smells of the garden.
Permaculture is about abundance over scarcity, diversity over monoculture, and solving problems over creating them.
Learn to eco-dye using gathered materials.
Because of Covid-19, we have suspended all public access to the garden. But we are still carrying out some essential food growing. For several years we have grown food for the local foodbank in Peckham. As the economic impact of coronavirus starts to hit, and more people start to lose their income, we think it's more important … Continue reading Food growing at the garden during Covid-19
Help us harvest this broccoli in March! Trainee Food Grower Glengall Wharf Garden is looking for part-time trainee food growers for 2020. A voluntary role, this is a fantastic opportunity to gain practical experience and knowledge of growing vegetables, salad crops, fresh herbs and some soft fruit, in an urban setting. We are looking for … Continue reading We are recruiting Trainee Food Growers