Hackney’s beautiful, peaceful, productive and creative gardens showcase the involvement and enthusiasm of their local communities.
Gardens in Hackney
Gardens open on Saturday 11 June
A food, wildlife and education garden has been created in the grounds of a disused Victorian pumping station (now an indoor climbing centre). Café serving vegetarian food using organic produce grown in the garden.
This hidden gem in the heart of Stoke Newington is a community food growing space and part of Peter Bedford Housing Association's wellbeing programme
Beautiful movable community roof garden and plant nursery showing what can be done with upcycled materials, imagination, and many pairs of hands plus a contrasting shady street-level wildlife garden.
Resident-led community garden project growing organic fruit and vegetables in 35 micro-allotments. Garden also features a raised seated herb area, rose wall, communal foraging area and wildlife pond. Nearby an orchard and meadow have been created.
A community garden used for horticultural therapy and training for all - growing together to improve wellbeing