Future Wood Green, Wood Green’s Business Improvement District (BID), has been awarded funding through the Mayor of London’s Greener City Fund Community Grant Scheme to transform the front of the Library area on the High Road. Working with Haringey Council, the BID submitted an application for funding to create a new community garden outside Wood Green Library.
The BID partnered with local social enterprise GrowN22 C.I.C. to create this new green space. We are keen for as many people of all ages and abilities to be involved in this project.
The new Library Garden project started on the 14th March 2020. Local residents and volunteers joined the BID and GrowN22 to begin the first phase of planting. A range of colourful Alpines, Hebes' and flowers were planted and further community workshops will take place once the UK wide Lockdown is over.
Local residents planting in the new Library Garden 14/03/2020
“Volunteers don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless, but because they’re priceless.” – Sherry Anderson
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We have conducted two community workshops focusing on planting a lovely range of pollinating plants. The plants are in the process of bedding into their new home and will establish themselves over the coming weeks and months.
If you would like to volunteer with GrowN22 and help look us look after the new Library Gardens then please get in contact with us.
Volunteering Tasks: General gardening tasks such as weeding, planting and watering,
Perks include free visits to Kew Gardens, learning new skills, and making new friends.
Thank You from Future Wood Green BID and GrowN22.