Every year, Charlton Community Gardens holds a plant sale at Charlton station. Then the coronavirus struck and put paid to that.
So this year, the group is having a socially-distant plant sale on Thursday 21 May between 4.30pm and 6.30pm – you’ll be able to buy from local front gardens in Eastcombe Avenue, Sandtoft Road, Bramshot Avenue, Elliscombe Road and Inverine Road. You can pay online or through honesty boxes.
It’ll be better than the queue for B&Q and you can get some exercise into the bargain.
Dates for your diary
A round-up of March events we’ve found in and around SE7. What have we missed? Let us know in the comments below or email neilclasper[at]gmail.com, and we’ll update the post as we get the chance.
22nd March:Big Dig Day – Maryon Park Community Food Growing Garden, 10am-4pm. – Help your local community garden get ready for the new growing season. – See how the garden has developed since last year. – Help to seed a wild flower meadow bank. – Refreshments provided.
22nd March: Charlton Park Riding for the Disabled Association Open Day – “Join us for pony rides, fun & games!”. Charlton Park RDA, 11am – 4pm.
29th March: Charlton Toy Library Easter Party. Charlton Assembly Rooms, 2-4pm. £3 per person (under 12 months free) – tickets on sale at sessions at Charlton Toy Library, Charlton House (Tues, Thurs and Fri 09.30-12.30). “Face painting and a raffle with fantastic prizes also available. All funds raised go to supporting Charlton Toy Library’s ongoing work at Charlton House, providing a safe and fun place to meet, play and borrow toys, books, games safety equipment and lots more”.
Disclaimer: These listings are up to date to the best of our knowledge, but we advise checking details with the event organisers before attending any events.
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