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E5postcodegardener 21h
We'll be planting up a pollution-busting bed at Linzell Garden (Marsh Hill opp Kenworthy junction) tomorrow 3-5pm. Volunteers needed!
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Daubeney Fields May 7
Last year depaved two patches of pavement for the project. We left it to grow wild. This is what happened.
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whatthepunk Jun 20
Replying to @GellifaelogPri
It was a lovely time watching you all working together to make your school look colourful and making sure the bees have flowers to pollinate. Thank you for letting me be involved
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E5postcodegardener Apr 27
Looking at pavement margins and the plants that can grow along the edges rather than weeded or killed off by zealous street cleaners. Imagine if our pavements were allowed to be as green and flowery as these in France.
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Hugh Knowles 12 May 18
And due to the amazing community around Daubeney Road....this is what 100 planters looks like assembled a short time later.
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E5postcodegardener May 8
Hoping to make this wall . Any suggestions? It's east facing and exposed.
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Daubeney Fields May 11
tree pit self-seeded from garden wall next to it. Comes up every year with almost no maintenance. Beautiful and good for . .
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ATM 22 May 18
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Daniel Raven-Ellison Jan 21
Want your postcode to be ? Get a postcode gardener! Here's how:
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John Little 13 Jun 18
Just fixed more of our and bird habitat for estate part of the project
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Clapton Park Management Organisation 14 May 18
Planters outside Daubeney Road - great work again by ! It is looking amazing!
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Daubeney Fields Nov 30
Tomorrow we'll add another 0.00001% to London's forest of 8 million trees - part of a mass tree planting weekend in the capital.
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Harrow Council Sep 3
The campaign, supported by Friends of the Earth, has £5,000 available to help urban gardening projects. Could they help you turn a neglected corner into a buzzing, blooming green space? You better bee-lieve it!
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Kierra Box Jan 13
Beautiful stories of how making our cities greener with can make our lives more enjoyable on
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Shaunna Lee Rushton 🍃 Mar 26
Neighbours – I need your help to make our postcode ten times greener. Nature is good for people, it boosts our physical and mental wellbeing and helps to combat loneliness. Spread the word and sign up now.
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Mono Prixx 24 Mar 18
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E5postcodegardener Apr 8
Free cuttings workshop on Saturday
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Madeleine Ashton Sep 7
My sister is leading this awesome project: Want to see your local area become ? With the support of Friends of the Earth, you can make it happen. Enter the competition athttp://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/10xgreener
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Martin Cullen Mar 26
I need your help to make our postcode ten times greener – signup here:
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Nov 19
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