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Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden

London SE1 website team

Local residents of all ages joined a May Day party on Sunday to celebrate four years of the Brookwood Triangle Community Garden at the corner of Webber Street and Lancaster Street.

Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden
Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden

The garden was created in 2007 as part of the Global Cities exhibition at Tate Modern and is now a well-established food-growing space coordinated by Bankside Open Spaces Trust.

These photographs of Sunday's event have been taken by young people taking part in the Creative Landscapes practical skills-based volunteering programme.

The programme included a wildfood walk and drawing workshop with Ceri Buck of Invisible Food as well as activities with the Goodlife Centre and South London Master Gardeners

There were also chickens from Charles Dickens Primary School and a barbecue by Jeff's Cafe.

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