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Adam Cormack 23 Feb 19
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Hugh Knowles Jun 13
There is no reason why we cannot have wilder, greener cities that improve our mental health, climate resilience & of course give space to nature.
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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 Oct 7
We’re trying to make our streets with mass bulb planting@in E5. Please help by 1) turning up on 20/10 2) ID-ing places that could do with spring flowers - street margins, planters, tree pits etc 3) spread the word - print this poster, tweet, tell people etc.
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Daniel Raven-Ellison 19 Sep 18
Today's the deadline to apply to become E5's first Community Gardener! Check it out >>>
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Mono Prixx 24 Mar 18
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Islington Swifts 5 Jun 18
Crowdfunding campaign for community gardener ends today 5th June at 15:13 and is 85% funded, can you help them get over the line to make this first neighbourhood??
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Daubeney Fields Aug 2
Our Roving Gardeners Club was out for the first time over the weekend. Getting to know the wild plants growing on the streets of E5 - like this Yellow Corydalis.
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Cordwainers Grow Aug 16
Join us for a walk from Mabley Green (meet at 11 tmrw) to Wick Woodland and 's tree nursery, across the marsh to the area of Daubeney Rd and ending up at Westmead Garden for tea and scones.
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Daubeney Fields Sep 11
The E5 area is now herbicide free, thanks to . Plants are growing back naturally. We now need residents to help manage the natural regeneration of our neighbourhood. For our good, the good of our children, and the good of wildlife.
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E5postcodegardener Jun 20
We're showing some short films made by residents who give us a peek at what's growing in their back gardens. Also a lovely film about ponds - why they are good for nature and some do' sand don'ts. Join us at 2.30 tomorrow
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John Little 8 Nov 18
Just fixed new welcome sign and map for estate. Many thanks for funding ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Shaunna 🌈 26 Mar 19
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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E5postcodegardener Oct 10
The fantastic residents of E5 have donated enough money to buy 1222 organic bulbs so we can truly go pesticide free in the area. Dibbers at the ready?
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E5postcodegardener Jul 7
One of the best tree pit plantings I've seen in the area - and all wild plants.
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Hugh Knowles 24 May 18
We set out to increase the wildlife in a street in London...the odd troubling result
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Mary Stevens Nov 20
Lots of food for thought at green infrastructure workshop with and - funding for maintenance (esp when investment creates ‘spillover’ not direct value) is the challenge everywhere
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Daubeney Fields Jul 23
Tree pit in Daubeney Road E5. Expensively designed by a garden designer. No, not really. Just left to grow wild.
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Daubeney Fields Sep 11
Great to see 's project picked up as a case study for the Mayor Greener City Fund.
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Daubeney Fields Aug 10
Our Roving Gardeners were out this weekend giving Trehurst street a refresh. Cutting back garden shrubs, tidying and watering planters and adding donated plants. Kate, our postcode gardener, helped out and advised on how to keep the street looking green and beautiful.
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