The Grey Lynn Community Gardens are nestled in the Saint Columba Church grounds in the heart of Grey Lynn. It is a Living Communities Trust project that began in 2000. The Saint Columba Church and Community have provided a safe place for the Community Gardens to grow.
The intention of this Garden is for it to be community building and connecting with the earth and seasons. Permaculture and organic gardening are the approaches applied in the garden.
We gather each Sunday at 2pm to care for the whole community garden, and also have monthly discussion meetings on the 4th Sunday of each month at 2pm. There are collective resource areas, worm farms, water tanks, compost areas, peripheries, communal plots, individual plots, trees, meeting room, tool shed etc, which we all look after.
We are very open to new members, and invite people to enjoy and learn more about community gardening by
· Gardening every Sunday from 2pm onwards;
· Meetings on the 4th Sunday of every month at 2pm.
Peter Wham: 361-2520
Kathryn Goodman: 021-031-9032 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Fionna Hill: email@example.com