Jump to content

Sharing just a sample of the lovely feedback our project The Aspinall Road Community Gardens


Recommended Posts

Sharing just a sample of the lovely feedback our project The Aspinall Road Community Gardens London SE4 5SQ received in 2020, all is much appreciated.

Kim Short, ?I would just like to say a big THANKYOU to all the volunteers (and engineers) who have made the community gardens for us all to enjoy. I used to always avoid Aspinall Road and now I would go out of my way to pass it. It lifts my spirits every time, even on the greyest of days!?

Shelley James ?Walked past the big planters the other day and it put a big smile on my face, love what you have done!?

Jane Keane: 'Well done to you all - what a.great team effort!'

Natalie Wastnidge ?Just wanted to say I?m so happy to see the Rainbow Community Garden happening....We left Peckham last year after many many happy years in London but crossed that bridge many times so so beautiful to see this happening!! Great vision!! Congrats.?

The Hill Station Community Cafe 'Well done everyone really taking shape must visit ❤️👍'

Tamsin Louise ?That?s beautiful!! Love this so much xxx?

Stephen Carrick-Davies ?Wonderful to see such a transformation.?

Penny Dearman ?Brilliant, such joy to see a garden in that abandoned space and creative activity going on there. Love it.?

Michael Demetriou ?Brilliant.?

Jacqui Shimidzu: ?And Big Thanks To Micheal who has dedicated himself to this project.

What a lovely little stop to brighten peoples day and for people to have a chat?.

Asker Husain ?Saw the gentleman yesterday working very hard on pruning the tree next to the plant bases and also replanting new flowers after removing the dead old ones etc. Great job!?

David Holloway ?Wonderful people wonderful project wonderful for our community.?

Fran Goggins ?Brilliant. 👏👏👏👏?

Patricio Forrester ?Great work! What looked like a fly tipped wardrobe was actually carried into position to become the next planter so it goes

perfect that you read the situation exactly as we had intended. Also perfect that it was joyful!?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Latest Discussions

    • Another recommendation for Sebastian at Bastek. He completely redid our family bathroom and transformed it into such a beautiful space. He is methodical in his work, really pays attention to detail and gives clear, considered advice.  As well as fitting the new bathroom suite so carefully, he did a fabulous job with the tiling, painting and finishes. An added bonus was the great communication and tidiness! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him and hope to involve him in future projects. He's on 07947 751333 and is really responsive on WhatsApp. 
    • thanks! i was thinking how to create the spiked things myself as have seen some online but expensive once you calculate how much you need!
    • Suggest you get come Correx eg from an old estate agents sign and cut it into 50mm wide strips. Then get some carpet tacks (15mm long)  Push the carpet tacks into and through the Correx at 25mm intervals so that the sharp ends stick upwards. Then attach the strip to the top of your fence where it is lowest. It  doesnt injure them. It just makes it uncomfortable for them and they soon learn.
    • At sue , do you think the people of southwark or even the UK on their own can solve all of the environmental problems in the world on our own ? And putting garden waste into a brown bin is going to solve the environmental  problems of the world ? I do my bit for the environment by doing my recycling and driving a electric van , southwark council are causing more pollution by having LTNs and causing the traffic jams and vehicles to idle, believe me iam all for the environment but I'm afraid what happens to the earth in 200 , 500 or one thousand years from now is not my concern , I need to makesure that I can keep myself and my family alive now the same as many other people who are finding it difficult to pay for food and pay their Bills,  so I'm afraid I will be putting my garden waste into MY green bin which I pay for via my council tax and save my £80 which would help pay for my electric of gas or food ..  Also heard that council may only be collecting green and blue bins once a month,  not confirmed but just hear say at the moment ... 
Sign In

Sign In

Or sign in with one of these services

    Search In
  • Create New...