I've posted your question onto our Facebook group page (Transition Town Kensal to Kilburn) and here the answer that I got from Alison Britton:
"We have been satisfied with work done for us in Harvist Road by Tomlinson, who are…"
"No seedlings, unfortunately. I planted some seeds last Sunday but there isn't any seedling yet.
By the way, I've noted that there is no mention about the allotment on the page dedicated to Queen's park on the City of London website.…"
We have a community allotment in Queens Park (behind the Cafe in the park). Two new raised beds were built at the end of 2010, and we have a herb spiral and lots of other things growing. Shared space to learn and grow. Tools and gloves provided. Capital Growth space 1084. Join group to get updates as to when we meet.See More
I am part of a group called the London equality group. It is a non-political group which aims at raising awareness about inequalities in the UK and at reducing the income gap. Among others, a more equal society is a society where…"
This is the recipe of an apple cake I baked on Thursday for Kensal to Kilburn TT public meeting. Ingredients:-200 gr to 320 gr of peeled and deseeded apples cut in small pieces (depending on how moist you want your cake to be; I put a bit more than 300 gr of apples on Thursday but if you want to take the cake to a picnic maybe it's better to use 200 gr of apples)-180 gr of plain white flour-2 table spoons of baking powder-3 eggs-170 gr of caster sugar-150 gr of butter-half a spoon of cinnamon-a…See More
We pick fruit from local back gardens - apples, pears, plums etc and give it away to schools and community groups, make juice, jam or just eat it. All to save fruit from rotting on the ground. We make juice at festivals and on the street and have held jam and chutney making workshops. We have over 150 people on our mailing list, and have worked with groups such as Brent MIND, Kids Company and other mental health and learning disability organisations. We’ve trained 40 people to prune, lend out…See More
Making Willesden Green...This is a temporary group set up for our new neighbours in the north – the newly-formed Transition Town WillesdenTo get the latest updates of our activities and what else is happening in the Willesden area, you can also join our mailing list. Contact Viv Stein if you would like to receive this. We'd love to hear from you!See More