Tuesday

London Community gardens and green spaces


 We are delighted to have been chosen to represent the London outdoors,  community gardens and green spaces 

However Grow Mayow Community Garden still relies entirely on voluntary contributions.

We are a voluntary non profit organisation run by passionate volunteers and 2 core volunteers Iris & Erika who are committed to make the project accessible and welcoming for everyone out of just goodwill.

Visiting the garden is free, but your donations will help us to ensure we are in a position to continue providing a community space for everyone to enjoy 

and most of all 
to stay open.

Please support us with a donation.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

THANK YOU 



 












Wednesday

LONDON ART SHED IN THE GARDEN THIS SUMMER

SUMMER ART 
WITH THE 
 'LONDON ART SHED' 
@ Grow Mayow Community Gardens
STARTING MONDAY 20th JUNE 11am
        
Open event Ages 5 -11+
launching weekly summer Art work shops in the gardens.


PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP
Taking inspiration from the gardens, we will look at ways to observe and draw from nature.
Responding to a range of artists from Angie Lewin to Elouise Renouf we will look at how to Monoprint and polyblock print, culminating with an artwork for you to take home.

£4 per session including materials


MONDAY AFTERNOON COLLOGRAPHY WORKSHOP 1.30 - 3.15pm 
Ages 11 + to adult £5 

An introductory workshop into the art of Collography, drawing from observation and culminating in a final print for your wall using recycled materials and organic material from the gardens.

Please note the artwork will still be wet if you wish to take these home or do come back next week for our next round of workshops.
Please wear old clothes!

Jane and Nina are qualified teachers with years of teaching primary school children through to 20+

Nina also works as an international Graphic Designer and Textiles designer and Jane has worked in over 100 London schools facilitationg workshops for festivals such as The Thames Festival and created over 30 murals/ mosaics in London inner schools.

'We want to give the community accesible art for all ages in this fantastic setting' 













Saturday

WELCOME TO OUR SITE






The mission of Grow Mayow Community Garden Project

To create a community hub that is a source of education and enthusiasm for growing and nature.
Our aim is to encourage inner city gardening with a view to reducing the carbon output involved in food production enjoying the garden nature and to enjoy this urban green space.
We host weekly sessions from Monday to Friday at the garden,  for both adults and children


Three principles of permaculture that we apply are
Earth Care, People care, and Fair share

We have an Summer Art club on Mondays at 11 am a gardening nursery rhyne time on Tuesdays 10.15am Messy Art Play on Wednesday and Nature Kids on Thursdays



We host several events each year to expose the wider community to what different ways of gardening looks like, to build a community of volunteers, and to have fun.
Our ethos is sustainability – reduce, reuse recycle – and inclusiveness – we want garden users to reflect the diversity of the neighbourhood.


Permaculture
At Grow Mayow you will see many examples of permaculture food growing in practice. This includes companion planting – putting beneficial plants side-by-side, rainwater harvesting system, and recycling of materials.

As well as considering permaculture in our food growing, we aim to apply the idea of permaculture and interconnecting elements to our work away from the site.
This includes encouraging others to get involved in our projects.
Our initiatives
• Support people to develop in horticulture skills.
• Training, workshops and other learning, we give practical support to local community groups and organisations that want to start or develop their own food growing projects.

Grow Mayow Community Garden relies entirely on voluntary contributions.



We hope you will have the chance to visit us in person, to wander around, to sit, relax and enjoy the garden.

Tuesday

Community Garden How it all started





In June 2009  we started clearing the site and with funding form Capital Growth
wecould start with sowing seeds building raised beds installing water tanks.
We also had many many donations and the site is build with many recycled items and recycled wood form skips finds.