"I did manage to get the hose going a few times in the past but it was always a bit of a chore! Did u turn the tap on with a borrowed spanner or has it a tap handle now? A standpipe is something that would be of great help :)"
"Aloha, I'm a Kilburn-based journalist, and I've been asked to write a reportage about Todmorden for a Swiss nature magazine. Hence I would very much appreciate your response to a quick question: in what way, if at all, has the Incredible…"
"Hi Miko and everyone!
A rota would be great but every week may be too big an ask, so I'm going to suggest a different model and see what everyone thinks. Please give a response if you have any thoughts...
What I'm thinking of as an…"
""A message from Leo Johnson to all members of Queens Park Allotment on Transition Kensal to Kilburn!Hello all, was involved with my kids in digging and laying the brick spiral for the allotment, would love to do more. Please do let me know when…"
Ideally, I think, someone would at the allotment at the same time every week, even if it's only for an hour. In my experience, people easily lose track of which are the 1st and 3rd Sundays and are more likely to come along if they know…"
Sunshine, yey!I'm proposing regular gardening sessions this season: 10am -12am every 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. Hope this suits people?If so I will ask Richard Gentry to help get some signs put up to let more people know about the space.See More
£300 worth of materials to get more food growing...
From Capital Growth (Funded by Making Local Food Work)
As one of our Grow More Food pilot projects we are delighted to tell you that you are eligible to…"
From 18th May to 9th June 2013 Salusbury Road will become an Edible High Road...Shops along Salusbury Road have agreed to sponsor a fruit tree outside their premises for a 3 week period as a part of the Chelsea Fringe.The event will make our High St beautiful, and spark a conversation about growing fruit locally.So far the following shops have signed up:Queens Park PartnershipCutting CrewLewis EstatesQueens Park Real EstateWorldly Wicked and WiseWine RackPlease tell those that have signed up…See More
Aloha, I'm a Kilburn-based journalist, and I've been asked to write a reportage about Todmorden for a Swiss nature magazine. Hence I would very much appreciate your response to a quick question: in what way, if at all, has the Incredible Edible Todmorden idea inspired Kilburn Kensal Transition? Thank you very much for your help - all the best! Hanspeter Kuenzler