Category Archives: Wolves Lane Centre

Volunteer Gardening with London Grown – on Tuesdays!

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Community Action Evening coming soon – Fri June 22!

NEW – Community Action Evenings at Wolves Lane

On three Friday evenings this summer, (in June, July and September),

Wolves Lane will have a new social night!

Come join evening topics nights

to discuss

Local Community Issues

along with

movies

yummy food

and

music!

Join us – all welcome.

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First night is:

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

7pm ~ 10pm in the cafe!

Register here at Eventbrite!

Entry by donation

Hot food – pay what you can!

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Organised by UBELE and StART

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Minutes of Friends Meeting, May 19th, 2018 – Now up!

file00084251409Get all the news in our Minutes Section!

Minutes from this past Friends meeting now up.

Friends of Wolves Lane meet every third Saturday of the month at 10:30am in the cafe at Wolves Lane Centre. Free tea, coffee and biscuits from 10am.

But if you miss a meeting, why not stay up to date on what the Friends are up to by visiting our Minutes of Meetings page in the Friends section of our website?

Join us for a cuppa – we look forward to seeing you there! All welcome.

Our next meeting is: Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 10:30 AM

Wolves Lane, Wood Green, N22 5JD

Wolves Lane Community Garden – TODAY – join us!

Wolves Lane Community Garden!

Community Gardening with Friends

TODAY

11am-3pm every Wednesday!

FREE to join!

The  community garden is on the right as you go into the site from the street.

Please leave a message on the website through our Contact page

for more information or to indicate interest, or

JUST SHOW UP – ALL WELCOME!

Wolves Lane needs people who enjoy gardening as well as new gardeners who want to learn.

We also need donations of

  • plants
  • seeds
  • cuttings
  • gardening tools

…but most of all…

  • good ol’ fashioned enthusiasm! 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

TODAY at Wolves Lane – join Crop Drop!

 

Crop Drop is at Wolves Lane every Wednesday
12 noon til 4.30pm

 

Volunteers welcome!

 

Join us weighing and packing veg:

 

Get social,
gain skills
and
learn more about gardening
and the farm-to-table chain!

 

If you’d like to join Crop Drop, please contact wendy@cropdrop.co.uk

 

Wolves Lane Community Garden – this Wed!

Wolves Lane Community Garden!

Community Gardening with Friends

on Wednesdays

11am-3pm

The  community garden is on the right as you go into the site from the street.

Please leave a message on the website through our Contact page

for more information or to indicate interest or

JUST SHOW UP – ALL WELCOME!!

Wolves Lane needs people who enjoy gardening as well as new gardeners who want to learn.

We also need donations of

  • plants
  • seeds
  • cuttings
  • gardening tools

…but most of all…

  • good ol’ fashioned enthusiasm! 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Wolves Lane volunteers needed Wed June 13th – join Crop Drop!

Crop Drop is at Wolves Lane every Wednesday
12 noon til 4.30pm

 

Volunteers welcome!

 

Join us weighing and packing veg:

 

Get social,
gain skills
and
learn more about gardening
and the farm-to-table chain!

 

If you’d like to join Crop Drop, please contact wendy@cropdrop.co.uk

 

Wolves Lane Workshop – today!

Wolves Lane Centre needs you!

Can you help look after buildings and equipment?

Come to Wolves Lane Centre

TODAY Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Or contact Roger Skipper at wolveslaneworkshop@gmail.com or on 07771 995696.

All welcome! Volunteer! Learn something new!

Since 1 April 2017 the Wolves Lane Centre has been managed by a consortium of partners led by OrganicLea, with day-to-day running administered by London Grown.

London Grown have established an on-site workshop at the Wolves Lane Centre used in the short term as a base for the repair, maintenance and upkeep of the buildings and equipment at the centre, in particular the Palm House. And they are looking for volunteers!

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If you know someone who is retired and has expertise or knowledge in engineering or repairs, please let them know too!

Donations of old tools also gratefully received.

London Grown – Volunteering in the Garden at Wolves Lane – every Tuesday

Volunteer in the Garden every Tuesday!

with London Grown, Spring 2018

11am-4pm

@ Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre, Wolves Lane, N22 5JD

* share knowledge
* learn skills
* natural food growing
* meet new people
* spend time with nature
* have fun + get active!

 

Work with trained gardeners from seed to harvest:

  • seed sowing
  • companion planting
  • pest & disease management
  • how to harvest
  • greenhouse growing
  • magic of compost!

Please arrive 10 minutes before to start each session.

If it’s your first session there will be a volunteer induction.

Refreshments will be provided.

Contribution towards volunteers’ travel will be available.

What to bring:

  • sturdy shoes
  • clothes to garden in

For more information contact volunteer co-ordinator Jae at:

londongrown@gmail.com

07784946798

www.facebook.com/londongrown

 

Wolves Lane Workshop Needs You! – tomorrow Tues June 12th

Wolves Lane Centre needs you!

Would you be able to help look after the buildings and equipment at the Wolves Lane Centre?

Please help us to preserve this local asset.

If you would like to get involved…

Come to Wolves Lane Centre

Tuesdays at 11 a.m.

Or contact Roger Skipper at wolveslaneworkshop@gmail.com or on 07771 995696.

All welcome!

Since 1 April 2017 the Wolves Lane Centre has been managed by a consortium of partners led by OrganicLea, with day-to-day running administered by London Grown.

London Grown have established an on-site workshop at the Wolves Lane Centre used in the short term as a base for the repair, maintenance and upkeep of the buildings and equipment at the centre, in particular the Palm House. And they are looking for volunteers!

Come and learn something new!

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If you know someone who is retired and has expertise or knowledge in engineering or repairs, please let them know too!

This is NOT compulsory – but we are eagerly looking for people with experience in any of the following areas: plumbing, roofing, painting & decorating, electrical systems, fire alarm systems, heating and ventilation systems, facilities management, CAD software, IT infrastructure, admin, spreadsheets, CCTV systems, glasshouse maintenance, irrigation systems, aquarium systems, landscape gardening, bricklaying, paving, fencing, cleaning, carpentry, woodworking, metalworking, locksmithing, tree surgery, blagging stuff or anything else that might help to maintain the centre. But all welcome!!

Donations of old tools also gratefully received.