Gardening Community gardening activities ALL ACTIVITIES CURRENTLY ON HOLD DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. YOU'RE WELCOME TO DO THE MOSAIC TRAIL AROUND OUR EDIBLE YARD USING A MAP ON THE GATE. SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES IN PLACE. For more information about Gardening at St Luke's contact Poppy, Community Gardening Manager or Alok, Community Gardener No matter what your experience or where you live, you are always very welcome to join in any of our Community Gardening Activities at St Luke’s Community Gardens. Even if you don’t like to put your hands in the soil, please come and have a look at our award-winning green spaces, where you can get inspired by what can be achieved with plants in an urbanised area. At St Luke’s we have weekly gardening groups: After School Gardening Club When: Every Wednesday 4pm - 5pm Where: St Luke's Edible Yard (at the back of the Community Centre) Sessions include: Leaning about where food come from Sowing seeds and planting Garden and eco art Meeting our worms and chickens Free for members, £3 for non members. St Luke’s Gardening Group When: Every Tuesday, 2-4pm Where: St Luke's Terrace (1st floor) With a focus on learning different ornamental gardening skills and techniques, specifically how to grow amazing decorative plants in small urban spaces such as balconies, patios, small gardens and window seals. The group maintains St Luke’s Terrace in all its splendour. This session is for adults. St Luke’s Food Growing Group When: Every Thursday, 2-4pm Where: St Luke's Edible Yard (at the back of the Community Centre) Growing a variety of edible plants, flowers and berries from around the world, the group is always busy with some seasonal work in order to keep the Edible Yard a beautiful, productive and unique space for community activities. The focus is on organic food growing, using techniques from permaculture and forest gardening. This session is for adults. Art and gardening for Over 55s When: Every Wednesday, 1.30-2.30pm Where: Over 55s Lounge Each week you can take part in a structured activity related to nature in a safe and relaxing environment. Free for members. This session is for Over 55s Members only. Volunteers needed! St Luke’s Community Gardening Team is looking for regular volunteers to help us in our Community Gardens (including jobs such as watering, harvesting, looking after our hens) as well as involved in the office (including designing posters, organising events, promoting the projects). Please contact [email protected] for further information.