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Keys

We have keys, lost at Farm in the Park. If they might be yours, please get in touch nurseryrow@gmail.com.

2017/18 Annual General Meeting – March 27

We have our AGM on Monday March 27th 7 to 8pm at 67 Balfour Street SE17 1PL Elections for Chair, Secretary and Treasurer (candidates welcomed! Please get in touch) and we’ll then celebrate our tenth year with drinks and nibbles.

Activities in 2017

Activities coming up in 2017 are set out in our new 2017 programme, updated to reflect our new event date 3rd June for our Dog Show and our friends from Surrey Docks farm, plus birds of prey:               Please check back for updates or last-minute…
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Our elder tree

Our elder tree

We were pleased to work with the residents of Park View apartments to prune our lovely elder tree today. The aim was to reduce the size of the tree, but to make sure that the tree continues to be a superb source of food for Nursery Row Park’s bird and insect life….
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Autumn

Autumn

It’s been a wonderfully colourful autumn in Nursery Row Park; culminating in celebrating Tree Week (the first week of December) with tree dressing. This was led by our wonderful environmental educator Beth Barber and her enthusiastic and creative students at Robert Browning Primary School – many thanks to Southwark Council’s Neighbourhoods…
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Another fantastic Plaza Latina festival in 2016

Another fantastic Plaza Latina festival in 2016

We were delighted to welcome the wonderful Carnaval del Pueblo team back to Nursery Row Park this summer with a bigger and even better Plaza Latina festival. Amazing music from a range of groups included a Brazilian samba band, Mexican mariachis, and the famous Juan Piña and his band from Colombia,…
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Our wildflower meadow

Our wildflower meadow

Our wildflower meadow has had a great year in 2016; enough rain this spring and no extended dry spells so far has meant there has been continuous flowering. Several species are prevalent at the moment – particularly knapweed (purple), common chicory (light blue) and thistles. Unfortunately so have Sheep (Red) Sorrel and Wormwood which…
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Great Park Posters

Great Park Posters

Our Environmental Educator Beth Barber has been leading outdoor classes in Nursery Row Park with pupils at Robert Browning Primary School. Some wonderful examples of posters designed during these classes to encourage park users to help change aspects of the park they would like to see improved are shown below: