Avant-Gardening at The Mayor's Thames Festival

This Saturday, 11 September, Avant-Gardening will be joining the Feast on the Bridge as part of the ever excellent Mayor's Thames Festival. We will be bring the Mobile Allotment from its current home in Abbey Wood and showcasing its function as a tool for social engagement and container growing. We will also be sharing (in the morning and while stocks last only) the yeast culture being mapped by Exponential Growth   Come along and say hello to the Avant Gardeners

Topics: [festivals cooking]

A late spring clean for your wardrobe


Avant Gardening Barnfield


Look out for Mobile Porch on Barnfield Estate from Monday 16 August. For regular updates on the programme please visit our blog http://avantgardeningwoolwich.blogspot.com/

Wild Zones

Wild Zone Abbey Wood
Wild Zone Abbey Wood

Avant-Gardening are delighted to be working with Wild Zones to create London's first Wild Zone in Abbey Wood on Saturday 7 August

There will be a training session for play professionals interested in gaining experience in natural play

Family Play Session 2pm - 5pm. Meet at Mobile Allotment, Commonwealth Way, SE2

 

 

Mill Street Garden Wildlife

During her residency with Stanley Picker Gallery, Polly has been asking residents to submit photographs of the nature and wildlife they see in their gardens. Already we have a great selection of images that reflect the wealth of wildlife there is to be found in the city's gardens

Check out some of these great photos http://www.avantgardening.org/projects/suburban-treasure-trail/mill-street-wildlife-photography <\p>

The Big Avant-Gardening Lunch

Big Lunch flyer
Big Lunch flyer

Put the date in your diary for the Woolwich Common Big Lunch on Sunday 18 July.

The Suburban Treasure Trail Pub Quiz


Please check the project page for Suburban Treasure Trail for updated information on events and activities

http://www.avantgardening.org/projects/suburban-treasure-trail <\p>

Topics: [Kingston]

The Mobile Sensory Garden at City of London Festival

The students of Oaklnds Secondary School have now planted the mobile allotments as well as taken part in a number of other activities that will be documented in a forthcoming comic book. From garden gnomes to seed bombs and flowering shoes to the City of London Festival.

The Mobile Allotment, in its current guise of a mobile sensory garden, (and shoe display!) will be going on tour next week. You can visit the mobile sensory garden and say hello to the garden gnomes at the City of London Festival 21 - 28 June when it will be resident on the corner of Moorgate and London Wall

The Mobile Allotment will be on site 21 - 28 June.

Additionally

Monday 21 June 11am - 3pm - Come along to meet Avant Gardener, Paul, and collect a packet of salad leaf seeds to grow your own delicious summer salad

Monday 21 June 3pm - 6pm. Artist and designer of the Mobile Allotment will be working with members of the public to make a celebratory Avant-Gardening bunting. (TBC)

Tuesday 22 June 12pm - 3pm. Kamala Katbamna will be on site preparing for a visit from the pupils of Oaklands who will be coming along to sing a few songs and admire their handiwork

There will also be plenty going on in and around the area. For more information please check out the City of London Festival website

Following on from its visit to the City of London Festival the Mobile Allotment will be sited outside the Mayor's Office on Tuesday 29 June 4.30pm - 7.30pm before travelling to Abbey Wood where it will begin its summer residency on the Flowers Estate

The Suburban Treasure Trail

Mill Street flyer
Mill Street flyer

The Avant-Gardening project at the Stanley Picker Gallery in Kingston is now under way and Polly will be meeting local residents to discuss the project ad how to get involved this Saturday.

Become an Urban Farmer.

seed distribution flyer
seed distribution flyer

Saturday 22 May 1pm - 4pm

Avant-Gardeners will be at the Barnfield Community Day SE18 distributing free seeds. Collect your seeds and then get planting in preparation for the Avant-Gardening Urban Farmers Market in August.

artwork by polly brannan
website by the useful arts organisation