Kilburn Station Planters (active project)

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Kilburn Station Planters (active project)

Group of volunteers gardening and watering the flowers, fruit and veg planted at Kilburn station. Regular gardening sessions on first Sunday every month 11-12.30 - just turn up on the platform. Tell staff it's to garden and they'll let you up with no need to oyster in.

Location: Kilburn Station platform towards the far end - Jubilee Line
Members: 33
Latest Activity: Jun 17

The apple tree May 2013, photo by Jonathan Goldberg

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Confirmed - almond tree planting Saturday 12th March

This Saturday 12th March - Tree planting at Kilburn station Plant an almond tree on the platform of Kilburn Jubilee tube station! We’ll plant the only almond tree on the entire tube network. Join us…Continue

Tags: tube, gardening

Started by Transition Kensal to Kilburn Mar 10, 2016.

Kilburn tube garden on Radio 4

BBC Radio 4 Saturday Live: paraphrasing 2 women talking about their book about the Jubilee line and things they’ve noticed including highlighting Kilburn: We were quite surprised to hear about the…Continue

Started by Transition Kensal to Kilburn Jun 22, 2014.

April sunshine 2 Replies

Thanks to everyone who turned up to help today. It was great to see you all, and extra hands are always appreciated.I think we were all glad for the beautiful sunny morning, which made a satisfying…Continue

Started by Sanchia Dunn. Last reply by Louise Brown Apr 8, 2014.

Chickweed bonanza

We weeded the prolific and ubiquitous chickweed this Sunday. Correction - we harvested the delicious and nutritious chickweed, 2 carrier bags worth and shared it out. Most travelled West to the fruit…Continue

Started by Transition Kensal to Kilburn Dec 3, 2012.

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Comment by Michael Stuart on June 8, 2011 at 21:29

I met a very nice and interested British Transport Police Officer today. Part of the conversation went like this:

What's this?
Marjoram, try it

It smells like weed!

It does a bit, sweetness...

Ah, how do you know? :)

 

 

 

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