All Saints Community Garden

Partner Project

Community Gardening in South Wimbledon

Local residents, in partnership with The Sultan pub and supported by Sustainable Merton, are working together to rejuvenating a herb garden on Deburgh Road.


Everyone is welcome to lend a hand! All you need is enthusiasm and your gardening gloves.

If you would like to get involved please contact Sustainable Merton to sign up!


Abdulrahim's Story...

Hi, my name is Abdulrahim and I am 13 years old.


I give to my community by volunteering on a gardening project called Dig Merton. I have worked on  the community garden on  Deburgh Road in Wimbledon.   I helped plant a cherry tree, planted bulbs, herbs, strawberries and also put up a bird’s nest to attract wild birds.

My mum encouraged me to come along to a community gardening event with her because she loves gardening and I wanted to help build up her confidence because we were both new to the whole experience.

What I enjoy the most is spending time with my mum and getting to know my neighbours and also looking at the area we have worked on and thinking “I did that, I helped make this happen”.

Projects like these aren’t a challenge to me because I enjoy being active and helping out with activities which are different to things we do in school. I have met a lot of new people within the projects. I have also had the privilege to meet Councillor Andrew Judge who is a Labour Party Candidate while doing these projects.

I would like to thank the Sustainable Merton project coordinators for organising these projects. It is so much fun working together and I will definitely be joining in with future projects.

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