Hi, I’m the garden that talks.

Hello, I’m Pembroke Community Garden 
– a new food growing space located 
in the grounds of
Pembroke House,
 a community centre in
south east London –www.pembrokehouse.org.uk

Up until this year I was a neglected space
and few people came to visit me. 
But I am now regularly visited by
an enthusiastic and burgeoning bunch of folk 
who are in the process of transforming me
from a boring blank space into a 
 food-growing container garden.

Through my transformation
into a productive food growing space,
I will help to show Londoners how easy and
fun it is to grow food in the city.

By visiting me and getting involved in my 
transformation,Londoners will also help to improve
the quality of the city’s environment and
encourage reduction of the city’s carbon footprint.

Part of my ethos as a community garden is
the garden users will reflect 
the diversity of the neighbourhood.
I aim to be a community hub where people of all ages
and backgrounds can socialize and learn together.

Gardening sessions currently happen 
on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 
Check out this blog for 
a taster of what goes on in those sessions.

Better still, please feel free to drop in to see me! 
I’m open every week on
Wednesday and Saturday 
10.30am and 1pm.

One thought on “Hi, I’m the garden that talks.

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