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The East London Garden Society is here to promote urban gardening and to put views forward to protect the environment in which we all live. The Society has come a long way since it was formed in September 2011.

It has acquired expertise in all aspects of gardening, made many friends and has been asked to assist in building gardens as well as teaching gardening to those in East London.

All this has come about as there is a need to promote gardening and provide a more sustainable environment. As an established Society we present gardening to a wide audience so we need others to be involved in whatever way they feel able to assist.

See our Aims and how to Contact Us if you’d like to help.

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Previous Issues

Organic Waste Recycling
Organic waste

The UN's Sustainable Development Goal 12.3 is to halve food waste by 2030. To achieve this in the UK, further reductions in food waste are needed.

Meet with us at The Bow Idea Store, 1 Gladstone Place, Roman Road, Bow London E3 5ES on 27 August 2024 at 3 p.m.

Let’s do this together

Volunteers Wanted
London Children's Flower Society

The London Children’s Flower Society is looking for volunteers to help encourage children in schools across London to get involved in gardening.

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Glyphosate: Health Concerns and Safer Alternatives

If you're a gardener, you need to be aware of this dangerous chemical used in weed killers such as Roundup.

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Food Waste & Reclying

The East London Garden Society worked in partnership with the Queen Mary University to produce a report on people's attitudes to food waste.

The report presents a summary of findings from the first stage of the Food Waste Pilot Project.

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Think Twice
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Think carefully before cutting back your trees. By removing all the branches, young birds are now exposed to their predators.

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Save Lea Marshes Newsletter
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Read the latest Newsletter from Save Lea Marshes.

How do we save East London Waterworks Park? After 5 years of relentless hard work, this innovative project to transform a large swathe of our Metropolitan Open Land is under serious threat.

We Should Plant More Trees
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Trees provide many benefits to humans and the ecosystem. Here are five reasons why we should plant more trees.

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Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
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The Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park is an award-winning local charity working to protect, preserve and care for the Cemetery Park.

See their full list of Events and their latest News.

Garden Building & Design

The East London Garden Society is now in a position to offer its services to others. We have the knowledge and ability to design, build and maintain gardens to create people’s wishes for their environment.

Our aim is to promote gardening in every way by working with others who are able to assist. For further information, please Contact Us

Become a Member

We need to drive home to those who can make change, our determination to improve the environment for all of us in this part of London. We are striving to make the environment in East London to be foremost in people’s minds.

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