Category: Closed Project

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by Dig Merton Project Leader Michelle Kolattek   During the Spring/Summer term, Sustainable Merton worked with five schools in the east of the borough, to either start them off with growing food at school or to develop existing garden plots. Over 100 students from Beecholme, Lonesome, William Morris, Stanford and Links Primary Schools took part …

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Sustainable Merton have been working alongside residents since March 2013 to establish an organic community vegetable garden within the new (social) housing development on behalf of Viridian Housing who have funded the project. The plot consists of 3 walled allotments and approximately 26 planting beds – 20 of which have been planted. Harvested fruits and …

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Posted on: April 14, 2014 | Author: Sustainable Merton

Octavia’s Orchard formed an imaginative green space in the heart of London during the summer 2013 Festival of Neighbourhood and was designed by architectural practice’ What If: projects’, in partnership with the National Trust’s London Project and Southbank Centre. Over 30 street bins became homes to fruit trees and meadows, creating an orchard along a …

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Posted on: January 20, 2014 | Author: Sustainable Merton