Caversham Group Practice, NW5 2UP
We are a community-led garden in the heart of an urban general practice. The garden has been our seedbed and hothouse allowing us to widen the traditional prescription beyond pills and procedures
Tufnell Park, Kentish Town
Kentish Town, Gospel Oak
88, 393, 214, 134
on Cycleway 6 cycle route
We have two entrances. On 9.9.23 entry will be via the Peckwater Street entrance, turn off Islip Street by the Boma Garden Centre
The Listening Space is our community garden, seeded and grown by the community around the Caversham Group Practice. We invite you to help us re-imagine village life and to take a walk along the banks of the River of Hope where we join hands with other community minded organisations across Camden who believe that careful and kind care is possible and are working towards creating this together. Wander in our beautiful, productive garden, have a cup of tea, meet new people and collect your River of Hope map for your onward journey. Our theme this year is S e e d s. We look forward to welcoming you
health, garden, event
West Kentish Town Conservation Area. Brandon Cadbury, (of the famous philanthropic chocolatiers) was so impressed with our founder and young peoples services he donated our building. As a thank you, we named the charity after him in 1984.
An important example of 1960s comprehensive school design in the Brutalist style. Acland Burghley has recently received support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for its ambitious ‘A Hall for All’ project and have welcomed in a resident orchestra, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in a collaborative partnership which is a UK-first.
Howell, Killick, Partridge & Amis Architects, 1966
At Vertical Meadow we have developed two unique living wall solutions: Vertical Meadow Wrap and Vertical Meadow Cladding. Our aim is simple: to bring biodiversity into urban spaces, make construction greener and out cities more liveable.
Vertical Meadow (Alistair Law), 2022
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