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Burgess Park Food Project

Glengall Wharf Garden
Glengall Wharf Garden is run by a group of local people growing food and more in Peckham.
We are a big site with a lot going on. From raised beds for growing annual vegetables, beehives, a small grow to sell project, a forest garden, ponds, permaculture, polytunnel and lots more, we have reclaimed a derelict site and are creating a local hub for sustainability and organic gardening.


We welcome anyone interested in gardening with us or anyone who'd just like to enjoy our beautiful site.

We open tuesdays 11-4  - gardening fo wellbeing

thursdays 10-4 and sundays 1-4. On each day we carry out a wide range of gardening tasks to maintain the space and grow food.


We are currently open Tuesdays 11-4,  and Sundays 1-4.
We run occasional events and workshops.
Just drop in or email us at burgessfoodproject@gmail.com and have a look at our blog www.burgessparkfoodproject.org.uk if you want to see what we've been up to.


We are at the eastern end of Burgess Park on the Surrey Canal Walk. We have a DDA compliant compost loo and but most of the site has uneven surfaces.

Address:
Glengall Wharf Garden, 64 Glengall Road, Peckham, London, SE15 6NF
Area serviced:
Peckham, Walworth, South Bermondsey
Disabled access:
Wheelchair access – yes, but surfaces uneven. Access to parts of the garden. Disabled toilet available
How to apply:
E-mail for more details.
Buses:
21, 78, 53, 353, 172, 63, 363
Train/tube:
Queens Road Peckham, Peckham Rye
Sector:
Voluntary