Fancy growing your own in Maryon Park?


These folks have every right to look happy – they’re behind the Maryon Park Food Growing Project, which recently got a £5,000 grant from the London 2012 Changing Places Transform Programme. The project’s converting an old plant nursery in the park into land to grow food on.

It launched last month, and if you fancy a plot there – get in touch with the Friends of Maryon and Maryon Wilson Parks, or visit the site on Saturday 7 July at 12 noon (enter the park by the park keepers’ lodge, keep left by the flower beds and the site is sharp left at the end of the long fence).

About Darryl Chamberlain

Journalist, SE Londoner.
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One Response to Fancy growing your own in Maryon Park?

  1. Charlton Lane Dave says:

    Not for me but I think this a great idea. They deserve the support and hope this takes off.

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