Spring is nearly here. It is a busy time and you can help us! 

March is the such an important month in the garden. With light levels increasing and warmer days around the corner the Food Growing group will be busy sowing tomatoes, chillies and aubergine for a colourful summer. The Gardening Group will be creating a new planted area in the recently extended glasshouse. Come along to one of our sessions every Tuesday and Thursday and also check out other arts and crafts activities happening in March.


Gardening Group

When: every Tuesday, 2pm - 4pm

Where: St Luke’s Terrace, 1st floor

With: Catherine Tidnam ([email protected])

Register your interest by emailing Catherine or asking at the reception desk


Food Growing Group

When: every Thursday, 2pm - 4pm

Where: The Edible Yard, behind the community centre.

With: Alok Shah ([email protected])

Register your interest by emailing Alok or asking at the reception desk.



Come and discover your creative side by helping us design and make a huge letter board sign for the Edible Yard. Local artist Anna Burel will be creating this artwork based on a green theme with each letter signifying the importance of growing food and making connections with the community.

When: 15th March Friday, 10.30-1.30

Where: The Glasshouse, behind the community centre.

With: Anna Burel ([email protected])

Free and open to everybody. Spaces are limited so please email Alok to book your spot!


Urban Food Growing Masterclass with Mark Ridsdill Smith

Learn the secrets of growing lots of food in containers. Join Mark in this one day practical workshop where he demystifies growing and goes through the basics of growing fresh seasonal produce in the city.

For more info and tickets please check out our Eventbrite page - urbanfoodgrowing.eventbrite.co.uk