“Brilliant Idea for kids to get busy and learn that veg do not grow in supermarkets! Makes mums life more interesting too”
We have been running open community gardening drop in sessions since 2009 in our beautiful, award winning Community Allotment situated in the gallery courtyard.
The 2017 allotment has been delayed as we are awaiting funding decisions, we hope to have the allotment running very soon, to receive information about when it’s up and running again, please ensure you are signed up to the learning mailing list. You can do this at the bottom of each page on the website.
“What a wonderful idea, just what children need in a city”
Families with pre-school children are welcome to ‘dig in’ every Friday morning from 10am – midday, working together to grow and eat fresh fruit and vegetables in our idyllic secret garden.
We also partner with local and national organisations providing bespoke workshops for the wider community including Age UK, BOSCO Centre for Young People, Riverside Parents Group and the Rotherhithe Family Centre.
“A brilliant project, my daughter has harvested root vegetables and made a smoothie with them at home, learning that food comes from the ground rather than the supermarket”.
To find out more please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR SUPPORTERS BECAUSE, WITH YOUR HELP, OUR ALLOTMENT WON FIRST PLACE IN THE PUBLIC VOTE FOR FUNDING FROM TESCO’S BAGS OF HELP INITIATIVE. THIS FUNDING WILL MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE AND WILL PAY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ALLOTMENT WITHIN OUR BEAUTIFUL GALLERY GARDEN.
TESCO TEAMED UP WITH GROUNDWORK TO LAUNCH ITS BAGS OF HELP INITIATIVE ACROSS ENGLAND AND WALES.
THE SCHEME HAS SEEN THREE COMMUNITY GROUPS AND PROJECTS IN EACH REGION AWARDED GRANTS OF £12,000, £10,000 AND £8,000 – ALL RAISED FROM THE 5P BAG CHARGE. BAGS OF HELP OFFERS COMMUNITY GROUPS AND PROJECTS IN EACH OF TESCO’S 390 REGIONS ACROSS THE UK A SHARE OF REVENUE GENERATED FROM THE FIVE PENCE CHARGE LEVIED ON SINGLE-USE CARRIER BAGS. THE PUBLIC VOTED IN STORE TO DECIDE WHICH LOCAL GROUPS SHOULD RECEIVE THE £12,000, £10,000 AND £8,000 AWARDS.