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Urban Orchard Project day

Urban Orchard Project day

We welcomed Stephanie Irvine from the Urban Orchard Project on Saturday 6th February 2016 to guide us with pruning and tidying work – all our historic trees are now staked and pruned and raring to go…

London Business School volunteer day

London Business School volunteer day

We were delighted to welcome 20 students from the London Business School to Nursery Row Park on Saturday 3rd Oct. Generously giving up their own time, they helped to prune, clear and mulch sections of our Community Orchard, and constructed two new dead hedges in the orchard which we hope will…
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Keep fit in Nursery Row Park – every Tuesday 18:30

Keep fit in Nursery Row Park – every Tuesday 18:30

We are excited to welcome you to free keep sessions in Nursery Row Park – low intensity gentle circuit class, fun and social for those who want to get back to exercise or are new to exercise… Every Tuesday at 18:30. Just join (free) here (browse under “Southwark Classes” for Nursery Row Park, or…
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Hollyhocks!

Hollyhocks!

Our hollyhocks are looking great this year – picture taken in Brandon Street on 29th June 2015.

Browning Estate wall works

Browning Estate wall works

Update: works are well under way but are now likely to finish towards the end of July 2015. Southwark Council have asked contractors to re-point the brick wall between Nursery Row Park and the Browning Estate, and to put a new wire fence on top. The works will run until mid-June 2015….
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Nursery Row Park Featured by Fields in Trust

Nursery Row Park Featured by Fields in Trust

The latest newsletter of the Fields in Trust features an article on Nursery Row Park! Fields in Trust, established in 1925 as the Playing Fields Association (http://www.fieldsintrust.org/) works to protect valuable public open spaces, and Nursery Row Park is proud to be protected by their designation.

Cleaner Greener Safer fund

Cleaner Greener Safer fund

The Friends of Nursery Row Park are delighted to have been awarded a grant from the Southwark Council Cleaner Greener Safer Fund to clean up the area between the park and East Street market, with support from SAST (Southwark Association of Street Traders). It is complex – it involves working with two telephone…
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Community Gardener role near Nursery Row Park

The Browning Estate Management Association (BEMA), which looks after the Browning Estate adjacent to Nursery Row Park, is looking for a Community Gardener. The role is focused on grounds maintenance, but BEMA are looking for a candidate that can engage with residents and involve them in gardening activities on the…
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