Barracks Lane Community Garden

A beautiful green space at the heart of a growing community

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News & Events

Regular week and monthly events and courses taking place at the Garden (scroll down for future events).
Join our mailing list and get monthly updates about news & events at the Garden. Email: barrackslanegarden@yahoo.co.uk
Would you like to hold your own event at the Garden? Go to the Booking the Garden page for details.
For directions to the Garden please go to the Visiting the Garden page.

Latest Events

Saturday 19th August 2017

Open Garden: Coffee and Papers, Craft and Gardening

Saturday open garden days run from 1st April to the 28th October 2017. 11am - 4.00pm.   Gardening activities all day.

10 - 10.45am Qigong with Zoe.  See the 'Groups' section for details.

11am1pm Coffee, papers, chat and gardening.  Our large sandpit is open all day for younger visitors.

1 – 2pm You are welcome to bring a picnic or packed lunch

2 – 4pm Activities. This week we will be doing some social and relaxed gardening and some stitch and chat - bring your own craft project if you feel like being creative! - Suitable for all.  Do come and join us!

Saturday 26th August 2017

Open Garden: Coffee and Papers, Painting and Gardening

Saturday open garden days run from 1st April to the 28th October 2017. 11am - 4.00pm.   Gardening activities all day.

11am – 1pm Coffee, papers, chat and gardening.  Our large sandpit is open all day for younger visitors.

1 – 2pm You are welcome to bring a picnic or packed lunch

2 – 4pm Activities. This week we will be doing some social and relaxed gardening with Ruth and some painting and drawing  if you feel like being creative! - Suitable for all.  Do come and join us!

Wednesday 6th September 2017

Growing Cut Flowers in the City

Growing Cut Flowers in the City 6th September 6.30–8.30

 

This workshop is an introduction to growing cut flowers.

We will look at planning the growing area, what to grow, how to have flowers throughout the year and ideas for arrangements.                           £35

Hilary Squire grows and arranges flowers from her East Oxford garden. She has developed all of her small city garden into a cutting garden. Her aim is to work as ethically as possible by growing organically, recycling pots and vases and using... read more

Latest News

Wed 2nd August 2017

Garden recieves grant to support Open Saturdays

Great News! We heard today that we have a grant from the wonderful St Michael's and All Saints' Charities, Oxford, which will help us to continue our Open Garden Saturdays. Do come along and be part of our wonderful garden community.  Here are some of us celebrating the news!

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