Visit our community garden at our collection and conservation centre in Kidbrooke. No matter how green your fingers are, come and discover with us where our food comes from, how it is grown and how it got to Britain.
Our community garden has been designed as a space for our local community to escape and reflect. Every Saturday afternoon during Spring, Summer and Autumn, we open the doors to the garden for everyone to muck in.
The aim of the community garden is not only to create a visually beautiful space with fresh produce to share, but is an opportunity to learn about our heritage through the garden. We want to use the garden as an opportunity to discover how certain plants and vegetation grow but also learn about where they came from and how did they get to Britain.
Each Saturday from 1pm to 3pm, our garden volunteer team are looking for people of all ages and abilities to join them. Every week we will have a series of tasks and activities for anyone to come and do. Whether you are a budding Danny Clarke, Charlie Dimmock, Monty Don or a total beginner, your knowledge, and enthusiasm will be welcome in the Garden!
If you have any further questions, please feel free to email us on email@example.com