In response to the growing pressure on land in big cities, Mobile Garden City provides a community-directed space where local residents and community groups can connect with nature, network, and learn new skills in food growing through our programme of workshops and training.
The garden has hosted over 450 plants including borage, rainbow chard, sweet peas, squash, tomatoes, spinach, beans and nasturtium peas.
In November 2016, Mobile Garden City was awarded Highly Commended at the Landscape Institute Awards - read their case study here.
Mobile Garden City is currently waiting to move into its new home on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Watch this space for more information - coming soon!
For more information, contact email@example.com or visit the Make Grow Do Cluster on Project Dirt.
Mobile Garden City was delivered by Groundwork for Our Parklife on behalf of LLDC, with support from Pro Bike Service.