There’s a new community garden project just south of the railway tracks in Claremont Road, behind the station, where the printers used to be.
Nomadic Community Gardens (NCG) is a not-for-profit social enterprise, that temporarily transforms previously empty land awaiting development, into an urban oasis open for use by the public, where people can grow their own produce, create art, share skills and discover what it means to build their own community.
Activities you can expect from this site are allotments, fruit harvesting, DIY workshops, beekeeping, street art and sculptures, respite area, butterfly homes and anything else you want to see!
They need artists, gardening and maintenance volunteers, pop-ups, entertainers and anyone who has a skill set they can share (the list goes on!).
This space is an opportunity for residents of the Queen’s Park area to make it their own, look after it and help to build it up into a valued asset for the local community.
Please spread the word!
Please note the opening times at the bottom (closed on Mondays).
Opening times will vary but generally follow sunlight hours. The gardens will be closed on Mondays.
Monday: closed Tuesday: 9-7 Wednesday: 9-7 Thursday: 9-7 Friday: 9-7 Saturday: 9-7 Sunday: 9-7
Monday: Closed Tuesday: 9-4 Wednesday: 9-4 Thursday: 9-4 Friday: 9-4 Saturday: 9-4 Sunday: 9-4