Phipps Bridge Community Garden Phipps Bridge Community Garden is one of Sustainable Merton’s flagship projects and an example of community gardening at its best!
In 2008, our team rescued 4 allotments from disuse and helped ... read more
Community Champions (July 2015 – Present) On Saturday 11th July, at the Love Your Street celebration event hosted by Merton Council, Tom Walsh of Sustainable Merton announced the launch of Sustainable Merton’s Community Champions project.
This project ... read more
Dig Merton (November 2013 – Present) Dig Merton is the brainchild of Cllr Andrew Judge, and is designed to encourage community food and plant growing in Merton, with individual projects being run ‘by the community for ... read more
Rose Avenue Allotments (December 2012 – Present) The Rose Avenue Allotment site (at Tamworth Farm Allotments) has come a long way since Sustainable Merton were awarded over £77,000 from Local Food (a £59 million programme supported by ... read more
Abundance Wimbledon Abundance Wimbledon (once part of Transition Town Wimbledon) is a free-standing group using surplus fallen fruit to feed people receiving meals from various local charities and to make jams and ... read more
Green Coffee Green Coffee was once part of Transition Town Wimbledon, but is now a free- standing group. It is a get-together for those interested in environmental and community issues and an ... read more
Merton Green Parents
Merton Green Parents is the perfect group for people who want to make their parenting journey a more sustainable one. The group (for parents and children) meet up weekly at ... read more