Tag Archives: guerrilla gardening

Big Lunch gathers pace

I’m planning another Big Lunch this year, and pimping the pavements in preparation. Out there this evening I bumped into Becki, a stranger, but actually a neighbour of 12 months. It turns out she’s a community youth leader too. So … Continue reading

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Unfortunate chopping

Earlier this year my neighbours and I pimped three tree pits in Princess Street Southwark. We planted around three ornamental pear trees that Trees For Cities had planted here in spring 2006. Actually they’d planted four but one had been … Continue reading

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Pimp Your Pavement – The Launch

Today is the official launch of Pimp Your Pavement. It’s 3.42am and I’ve spent the night updating the website and getting things ready. In four hours I’ll be on BBC London 94.9FM talking about it on the breakfast show. Two … Continue reading

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A New Competition

The Conservation Foundation have been running the London Green Corners competition for several years, awarding gardeners across the capital. Schools, hotels and guerrilla gardens have won in previous years. As an extra incentive to get pimping your pavement they’ve agreed … Continue reading

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