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Hoxton Community Garden is an award winning* garden in Hackney.  

 

* Best Community Garden, Hackney in Bloom 2015

Our garden is maintained by our dedicated garden volunteers and we host weekly drop-in volunteering sessions. If you would like to get your hands dirty for a good cause please contact Beth to see how you can get involved.

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Welcome to our new community gardener, Steve Mason. Steve was founding staff team member of Hackney City Farm and a Conservation ranger at Abney Park Cemetery. He studied horticulture and Countryside Conservation at Capel Manor.

He has worked in many schools and community gardens, designed and built numerous outdoor learning environments and private gardens.

Steve is experienced in straw bale building/cob ovens and he teaches Organic Gardening and food growing.

Steve is also an artist  working with silk/stone/acrylics/watercolour and natural materials and he has a keen interest in natural dyes.

 

 

Hoxton Community Garden is open Monday-Friday 10am-4pm  so come along and see for yourself why we are so proud of the space.

 

The garden is maintained by Steve and our team of dedicated garden volunteers and we host weekly drop-in volunteering sessions. If you would like to get your hands dirty for a good cause please contact Beth to see how you can get involved.

We also organise monthly volunteer Saturdays and host groups of corporate volunteers. If you think that your organisation would be interested in holding a team building event in Hoxton Community Garden do get in touch to find out more.

 

In addition to offering volunteering opportunities for local people, the garden is used by a variety of community groups for local events. We run a regular gardening club for older gardeners, our Mature Specimens group,  and Mud Monsters outdoors play sessions for pre-school age children and their carers. We also provide space for local schools and college students to learn outside the classroom. If you know a community group or school which might be interested in using the garden, please contact us to find out more.

 

We also offer competitive hire rates for private events. Please use our web contact form to enquire about our hire terms and conditions.

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