A project to maintain the Station embankments- volunteers plant wild food and spring and summer plants, cut back vegetation, weed and clear litter. Boots, gloves, tools and refreshments are provided.
It is located at Hither Green Station Platform 1, Springbank Road. All are welcome!
The Lee Manor Community Garden is located at the rear of 94 Burnt Ash Road and the garden gate is on Micheldever Road.
Hither Green Triangle
The Sidcup and Orpington lines diverge at Hither Green station. Regular sessions are held on the embankments and land within the triangle
The LOP s a fresh initiative promoting orchards and fruit trees in London. They work with Londoners to plant and harvest apple, pear and plum trees all over the city, and help us all to rediscover the pleasure of eating home-grown fruit.
A group dedicated to the improvement of the park for the benefit of it's human visitors, birds and resident wildlife. The Group developed from a 7 year old boy trying to make a difference in his community.
Creekside Discovery Centre, on Deptford Creek, offers an exciting range of activities for all ages.
As a tidal tributary of the Thames, Deptford Creek is home to hundreds of fresh and saltwater plants and animals.
Devonshire Road Nature Reserve forms part of the Forest Hill to New Cross Gate railway cutting. This is a site of metropolitan importance for nature conservation as it contains probably the finest suite of railside wildlife habitat in London. It is four kilometres long and over 200 metres wide at its widest points.
A group dedicated to helping protect and improve these beautiful and historic cemeteries. Nature Reserve- The site contains a variety of fine, mature (chiefly non-native) trees with grassland and planted shrubbery
QWAG's goal is to help the River Qwaggy maintain its natural beauty, educational facilities and wildlife value
QWAG helps protect by monitoring the river, organising clean-ups, scrutinising and commenting on riverside planning applications.
A blog dedicated to the kitchen garden. On a small domestic urban plot in southern England, Mark grow's food destined for the plate. He grows what he likes to eat. There are certainly no Food Mile to worry about!
The Grow2Eat Community have negotiated discounts and special deals from seed and plant sellers. The community consists of members of allotment associations, vegetable societies, garden clubs and individuals who are enthusiastic grow2eaters.
Think of this as Blackheath?s local paper? If you?ve ever received a local paper in Blackheath, you?ll know that it tends not to be very local. This Blackheath blog, whilst generally not being on paper, will be local!
Run by local residents for community activities allowing neighbours to get to know each other and share interests. The association currently represents residents living in Abbotshall, Ardfillan,Ardoch, Balloch, Braidwood , Dowanhill, Merchiston, and Muirkirk Roads.
The Brockley Cross Action Group was founded in 2000 by a group of local people concerned that Brockley Cross had become run down and neglected. Its run by local volunteers and work in partnership with other local organisations to improve the area around Brockley Cross & Brockley Station.