Feeling Juicy at Nomadic Gardens
Over at our Nomadic Gardens site in Queen’s Park, the vegetable boxes are blooming, as are the urban bees and butterflies. Last week on 7th September, it was an honour to welcome the Deputy Mayor of London, Matthew Ryder to our site at Queen’s Park. If the community spirit wasn’t already high, then it certainly was after this incredibly special appearance.
Even though the skies were grey and weather was patchy, vibrant colour was aplenty with Punch and Juicy, an independent juice cart with a heart-warming backstory. The Juice Lady, as she is known on Twitter, was once a homeless person living on the streets of London, but with determination, drive and passion she is now a co-founder of Punch and Juicy and has got her own allotment on site so she can provide fresh juices to fellow gardeners and other visitors in the community garden. If you haven’t already paid a visit to the Nomadic Community Garden’s at Queen’s Park, then what are you waiting for? After all, there’s no better time than now to start growing your winter veg.