This is a very informal network, which is RHS-affiliated.

Rebecca, Nightingale garden volunteer, is the acting co-ordinator but would really like to share this project with other keen people.

Volunteer gardening projects in Queen Edith’s include

  • Rock Road Library gardens, with Friends of Rock Road Library garden volunteers.

  • Front garden of Queen Edith's Medical Practice. In 2017, two Nightingale Gardeners planted-up a tiny triangle bed by the benches.

  • Homerton Nursery has garden volunteers in their space and the nearby allotments. Need to register through the nursery.

  • Nightingale Community garden - this website;

  • Joy’s Garden. A meanwhile garden on the corner of Baldock Way and Hills Avenue. E-mail list at the end of the page.

  • Rock Allotments. Plotholders and associate members.

  • Year 1 and 3 gardens at Queen Edith Primary School. From Summer 2017, with their Parents, Friends and Staff Association. Need to register through the school.

  • St James’ church on Wulfstan Way has garden volunteers.

  • Wulfstan Way Raingardens. From Spring 2017. Funded by an RHS Greening Grey Britain grant, working with 28th Cambridge Cubs.

Last updated: 20 September 2019