Happy Birthday, wolveslane.com!


The Friends of Wolves Lane’s 


just turned 6 years old!!

Six years ago, This Friends’ website

wolveslane.com opened – on May 25th, 2015!

6 years later we’re still going strong!

Thank you to all our friends and followers for your ongoing support and enthusiasm over the years. See you at Wolves Lane!


Friends of Wolves Lane is a group of volunteers and local residents who are devoted to the future of Wolves Lane Centre, an important resource for community service through the medium of gardening. Join Us!


Visit wolveslane.com daily

for Wolves Lane Centre updates on progress, activities and fun!


And did you know, there are now…

7000+ Supporters of Wolves Lane!

Wolves Lane has now over 7000 social media followers, supporters, and members!

Why not be one of them?



If you haven’t already, please follow us on twitterand instagram and facebook!

Sign up to show your support as a Member – join our distribution list. It’s FREE!

Follow our blog!

Then please retweet and regram this post to all your friends!


Thank you in advance for all your support in whatever form it may take.

We hope to see you at one of our meetings, volunteering, and/or at the monthly Community Markets soon!


It is the Friends of Wolves Lane’s mission to ensure that this valuable community resource is enjoyed and accessible to the community it serves. We are working with Haringey Councillors and OrganicLea for innovative ways to ensure this.

See what’s going on – Sunday Plant Sales for now – and come visit Wolves Lane!

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