The Kath Gillmore Community Garden can be found on the Grade II-listed Peabody housing estate, built in 1871. The garden was created from a disused tarmac courtyard in 2013 and consists of 14 raised beds.
Pollinator plants, seeds and information leaflets for sale. Beekeeping exhibition and Permaculture information stall, upcycled crafts, henna hand painting. Refreshments available.
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