"What a lovely event today. And such a generous spirit to the whole occasion. Not about making money at all, but just spreading awareness and having a lovely day as a community. Well done to all the organisers. x
Join this group if you would like to be a part of organising Transition Kensal to Kilburn's Harvest Festival 2011, scheduled for Sunday 9th Oct 2011, 10am-2pm.(a separate group will be organising the Harvest Supper on 15th Oct)See More
FREECYCLE WITH YOUR FELLOW RESIDENTS! Join Park Life's Spring campaign to encourage all locals to chuck out unwanted homewares and furniture on the same Sunday. Swap a toddler's tricycle, say, for a bigger-kid's tennis racket. Why keep that knickknack which you hate when it's only gathering dust?Help cash-strapped neighbours with some kitchen utensils while you trawl for other secondhand treasures...On the first day of Spring, join Park Life's community on-street junk swap, and chuck out all…See More
I have just read the email (although I can't seem to find it on the site) about the changes to kerbside recycling. I am a little confused, as our kerbside box includes glass already. I'm not sure what I should be sending to Brent to say that I am unhappy with the changes. Is it a different system in NW6 than it is in NW10? RachaelSee More
Tabletop Sale, Saturday 6th November at St Martin's Church, Mortimer Road, NW10Please come along to the St Martins/Princess Frederica Tabletop Sale on Saturday 6th November. There will be at least 25 tables selling a variety of items such as secondhand toys, clothes and furniture. Alongside these will be a selection of stalls selling new items such as little duckling children's clothes, Beduoin handicrafts and Fairtrade produce. We will have a magnificent tea and cake stall alongside face…See More
"I'm up for that George, at the bandstand, not my garden. I've grown some carrots, peppers and tomatoes from seed, but didn't label them and now don't know which is which, but someone else might. Happy to bring along to veg swap…"
After enquiries of my own, drawing the same responses, and conclusions regarding Gardening, and "Grow-your-own" opportunities within our borough. Having joined a few 1-2-3+year long lists for allotment space and started to…"