Guerrilla gardening at St George's Circus

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Friday 10 February 2006 2.44pm
three cheers for them brightening up st georges circus as shown in todays standard
Friday 10 February 2006 3.30pm
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Edited 1 times. Last edit at 10 February 2006 3.47pm by James Hatts.
Friday 10 February 2006 3.44pm
I go through there twice a day. How can I have mist gorillas gardening? Have they planted banana trees?

...if you press it, they will come.




Edited 1 times. Last edit at 10 February 2006 3.45pm by Ivanhoe.
Friday 10 February 2006 4.03pm
I'm just glad the buffolo didn't get to SE1. You wouldn't have seen anything then. Depending on the angle you approached them from.
Friday 10 February 2006 7.28pm
St George - Circus - Gorrilas - what is going on? I'm still recovering from going to Cambridge Circus and being so upset there were no lions & tigers. Maiden Lane was another disappointment.
Friday 10 February 2006 8.47pm
Great stuff! They are obviously a local bunch. I think I'm going to join them.
Friday 10 February 2006 10.58pm
I walked past St Georges Circus this morning...did I miss something?
Tuesday 21 March 2006 11.38am
More local guerrilla gardening action - this time outside Morley College by the looks of it:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4828396.stm

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Tuesday 21 March 2006 4.19pm
Rather worrying that nobody knows who is responsible for that island! I'm sure when I moved to the area about 2 and a half years ago it was neatly planted and maintained, just like the patch by St George's Circus, but had since become overgrown with weeds.
Tuesday 21 March 2006 4.22pm
This was featured on the BBC TV London lunchtime news, so is likely to be on this evening too.
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