Food growing in the heart of Clapham
We are a community garden run by dedicated volunteers, aiming to get their hands dirty, get outside, grow vegetables and have a good time.
We pride ourselves on providing an area for the local community to discover the joys and benefits of growing and cooking their own food, with the added benefit of taking home freshly picked fruit and vegetables.
We growing everything from squash to salad and veg for Sunday roast. And all of this lovely local produce is available to our members and passers-by for a donation, which goes towards keeping our garden growing.
Are you interested in the community, gardening, sustainability, the environment, your health and wellbeing or knowledge sharing? If the answer is yes, then drop in and see us – or take a peak at our activities From Seed To Feast in 2018.
Our garden is open…
Saturdays • We are a fun group of people who meet to garden between 10am and 1pm with tea and cake at around 11.30. There is a table at our main gate with freshly harvested produce which is available to the public for a donation. During the summer months we often hold a laidback lunch, for a pay-what-you-can donation, or a bring and share picnic.
Keep Growing Mondays • A gardening session for the over 55s. A chance to get outdoors in the garden, relax and meet people.
Wednesday evenings • During the summer months we meet on a Wednesday evening from 6pm until around 7.30pm to garden and harvest veg.
If you would like to become a member of Bandstand Beds you can join here.
Sat03Mar201812pm - 3pmBandstand Beds, Windmill Drive, Clapham Common
Colour Your Common Launch
Clapham Common Management Advisory Committee (CCMAC) and partners will be creating a wildflower haven to bring beauty and biodiversity to the Common this year. The project has been awarded a grant from the Mayor’s Greener City Fund, but also needs to raise extra funding to buy plants.
Volunteers to help with ground preparation and planting are also needed! Can you help?
Come along to the Colour Your Common Launch in our garden to find out how to get involved, sow wildflower seeds – and join us for tea and cake. Everyone welcome!
For more info or to find out how to make a financial donation to the project, email email@example.com
Follow Colour Your Common on Twitter @colourcommon1
Want more information? Read about our history here. Check out our blog to see what we’ve been up to recently. Or just want to dive straight in, come along and see what volunteering is like? Get in touch with us!