Lauriston Street and Gardens
               A community group dedicated to Greening Our Street and creatin

an environment where birds and bees, and local residents, can thrive!

See our News page for our Christmas party update !

Regular Saturday sessions now from 11 to 12 noon

Saturday 15 November 11 to 1pm -  meet Uni students researching the benefits of community gardening 

Our next gathering is on 23 November 4 to 6pm - contact us for details

                                        Support your community garden!


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Our projects
  • New look for raised beds

    A great effort to preserve and beautify the raised beds!

  • Raised beds in place

    Phase 1 completed

  • Our new orchard

    Lovely apples trees donated by Trees for Cities and planted by Bloomberg staff

  • Community Garden project

    A new community garden on the Meadows - further details on News page

  • Orchard project

    We have applied for CO-OP funding to plant an orchard in our new 
    community allotment!  Apples and a medlar...

  • Wildflower record-keeping

    Quartely records of flowers in our Plot!

  • Noticeboard project

    Come and help install our new noticeboard on Saturday  2 July at 1 pm!

  • Wildflower plot

    Our wildflower project is now 20 metres long! Improving the biodiversity of The Meadows.

  • Wildflowers project

    20 m of cleared land managed by GreeningourStreet with Friends of the Meadows for growing wildflowers. 

  • Grow your own herbs

    Following talk by Andy and Kathy from the Botanics Edible Garden project we are going to plant herbs in our window boxes and in the church garden. Date to be confirmed.

  • Big Lauriston birdwatch

    Following the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch we are keen to find out how many birds visit Lauriston Street and Lauriston Gardens.

  • Window box project

    Our window box project is funded by CVS  Here are some members planting bulbs in window boxes for street residents

  • Garden project

    Volunteer helpers construct a raised bed for the church garden in Lauriston Street

Where are we?
Wildflower plot off Lonsdale Terrace,
Community Garden behind the
University Library, near the tennis
courts and toddler playground.
Memory Map project 2016

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