Cranbrook Community Food Garden

Cranbrook Community Food Garden
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Journey Planner

Cranbrook Community Food Garden was designed and built in 2009 by residents of the estate and surrounding area. It consists of 21 raised beds, a shed, greenhouse, composting facilities and a patio area with seating and a living roof. We have received a number of awards over the years including being named an “Outstanding” garden by London in Bloom in 2016 and 2017.

We are proud to be nestled within the iconic modernist Cranbrook Estate, designed by Skinner, Bailey & Lubetkin and completed in the 1960s. The estate is also the site of Elisabeth Frink's sculpture The Blind Beggar and his Dog.



Capital Growth garden: 68

Chair: Lizzy Mace

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