Category Marchmont Community Garden
The annual award for best communal or community garden was won this year by the Marchmont gardeners. Well done to all the volunteers who have kept it looking so great through the seasons. They also plant and maintain the beautiful tree pits on the Marchmont Parade outside the Brunswick which do so much to soften […]
Bloomsbury Festival & Parasite Ceramics are very pleased to announce that the I–SPY artwork created in association with for the Marchmont Community Garden has now been installed. During the Bloomsbury festival of 2013, Parasite Ceramics ran a two-day I–SPY ceramic printing workshop outside the garden with the public. Using the leaves of the garden as an […]
The I-SPY arts workshops organised by the Marchmont Community Garden Partnership, in conjunction with Parasite Ceramics, drew a steady stream of eager artists on the Saturday and Sunday of the Bloomsbury Festival, with some wonderful clay impressions being made of the many different leaves found in the garden. The best ones will be glazed, fired […]
I SPY Art workshops for all ages led by Parasite Ceramics as part of the Bloomsbury Festival. Explore the area and local plants, and help to enhance the identity and interpret the story of the Marchmont Community Garden on Saturday 19 Oct 2-4pm and Sun 20 October 1.30-3.30pm
The rain did not damp the lively Marchmont Street Party on Saturday 13 September, arranged by the Marchmont Association. It cleared up in time for stalls, orchestra, choir, Mexican band and children’s’ funfair to fill the street with colourful activity. See photos below. Marchmont Community Garden celebrated the second anniversary of its opening by organising […]
Since the garden opened to the public in 2011, there have been regular events to involve the community, with the help of a Sustainablity Grant from the Big Lottery Fund, including bulb planting, the planting of a ‘Prunus Amanogawa’ (Japanese Cherry) tree by the Mayor of Camden and three local choirs singing Carols under the […]
The snow is falling and people are having fun, making tracks and sculptures. . .