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9-10 June 2018

9-10 June 2018

Clissold Community Garden

Visitor Information
Open

Saturday 10:00–16:00

Activities

All visitors will be given a tour. Produce and products from the garden for sale. Tea and cakes available, prepared by participants from PBHA's project and social enterprise coffee shop. Art and joinery products to view and buy, created in PBHA's Creative Industries.

Entrance (Sells Tickets)

23a Clissold Road
Nearest postcode: N16 9EX

Buses

141 & 341 to Stoke Newington Church Street, 73 & 476 to Stoke Newington Town Hall, 393 along Stoke Newington Church St.

Stations

Stoke Newington (1.5km), Manor House (1.8km)

Toilets

Toilet on site

Access

Access by two sets of steps, each with a handrail. Unfortunately we currently have no provision for wheelchair users to access the garden.

Dogs

Dogs on leads

The Garden

The garden is part of PBHA's horticultural therapy programme and one of their burgeoning social enterprises.

Hidden behind a row of Georgian terrace houses and bordering a very small wood, tenants and participants have used recycled materials and propagated plants over the years to create an established permaculture garden.

Frequented by resident artists, food growers, bird watchers and sun-lovers this garden is open to the public for OGSW and events such as PBHA's Harvest Festival.

Access to the garden can be found between two Georgian houses on Clissold Road, which connects Albion Road with Church Street Stoke Newington.

Gardeners: Jo Beams
Capital Growth garden: 1234
Visitor Information
Open

Saturday 10:00–16:00

Activities

All visitors will be given a tour. Produce and products from the garden for sale. Tea and cakes available, prepared by participants from PBHA's project and social enterprise coffee shop. Art and joinery products to view and buy, created in PBHA's Creative Industries.

Entrance (Sells Tickets)

23a Clissold Road
Nearest postcode: N16 9EX

Buses

141 & 341 to Stoke Newington Church Street, 73 & 476 to Stoke Newington Town Hall, 393 along Stoke Newington Church St.

Stations

Stoke Newington (1.5km), Manor House (1.8km)

Toilets

Toilet on site

Access

Access by two sets of steps, each with a handrail. Unfortunately we currently have no provision for wheelchair users to access the garden.

Dogs

Dogs on leads

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