Growing Andover – Community Plant Nursery

Project Category: Informal community groupProject Tags: Children & young people, Education, Jobs & Skills, Gardening & Food Growing, Health & Wellbeing, Older People and Parks & Open Spaces

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  • Our Story

    We have recently [Spring 2015] started a Community Plant Nursery on a derelict former games pitch on the Andover Estate, off Seven Sisters Road just west of Finsbury Park station. This community-led project aims to inspire local residents and friends to get gardening, provide training and pathways to work for young people and others, foster a spirit of enterprise and bring all ages together in healthy activities that improve our wellbeing and beautify the environment.

    There will be lots of opportunities to get involved and volunteer – starting with our Andover Goes Green day on Thursday 28th May to coincide with this year’s Soul  in the City which runs till the Sunday on the estate and at other local venues. 

    We will be running plant stalls, gardening workshops and lots of green-themed activities and food. We have some funding from the Mayor’s Capital Clean-up community grant scheme to help our initiatives, and we will be giving the Nursery’s rusty old storage container a lovely green makeover with trellis and climbing plants. More news and contact details soon!

    Check out our facebook page!

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  • Owner verified listing

    Andover Estate, Old Andover, near Methley and Chard Houses, south of Birnam Road, Islington