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.
Since March 2015, we have been busy planting for the garden with 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.
There are many ways to get involved in the garden including, gardening, joining the steering group and taking part in workshops and training. The garden also offers opportunities for new projects and initiatives to use the space to develop or set up new projects or workshops. To register your interest in using the space, please download this short project opportunity form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mobile Garden City is currently closed for the winter. In Spring 2018, the garden will be moving to an exciting new location near the Copper Box Arena. 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 is delivered by Groundwork for Our Parklife on behalf of LLDC, with support from Pro Bike Service.