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We're re-developing the Mezz! This bouldering area will be closed until the end of the month. During this time there will be some disruption while we carry out works. This will be kept to a minimum and the majority of work will occur during our off-peak hours.

 

In addition to our Wassail event in the garden on Saturday 11th February, we'll be running activities around the centre in support of The Climate Coalition's Show The Love campaign.

Find out more about this year's Wassail, including children's craft activities here

Do you care about the environment and the effects of climate change? Wear your green heart on your sleeve; share and celebrate the outdoor places that you are inspired by and want to help to conserve. 

 

Nick Quinn, Northdown Orchard

“I am a medicinal horticulturalist, not a herbalist”, grins Nick Quinn, the creator of the Castle’s range of lotions, potions, balms, body washes and of course garden teas. Having been part of the Castle garden since the beginning, Nick has developed this organic range which started with a personal mission.

 

Join us in the garden to take a bit of time to rest and reflect, and enjoy a bit of seasonal festivity and magic.

We'll be serving hot spiced apple juice and mince pies by a roaring fire.

Craft Fair

This is a perfect time to grab some hand-crafted Xmas gifts! In the Roundhouse you'll find a host of craft stalls selling unique gifts for that perfect xmas present;

Castle Wild after school sessions for 7 - 13 year olds will be continuing from Wednesday 2nd November up to 7th December.

Saturday 22nd October 

Contact James: james@feedbackglobal.org  / 07791 281787

Our September Garden event is Urban Harvest Feast Day

A time to celebrate all the wonderful food that we've enjoyed from the garden throughout the year, and all the efforts of people and creatures that have helped it to flourish.

 

Families from Tower Hamlets attended a fun day, in spite of a morning of gales and downpours, focussed on health and well-being. 

The day combined climbing sessions, with a nature discovery walk along the local New River path to the London Wildlife Trust’s recently opened Woodberry Wetlands, yoga, and garden activities - exploring the Castle Garden, seed sowing, harvesting leaves and herbs, making pizzas with healthy garden grown toppings, firing them in the cob oven and eating together at the end!

Since the beginning of 2015 over a million refugees have arrived by boat to the Greek Islands.

In that time over 600 000 life jackets and 10 000 rubber dinghies have been discarded on the shores of Lesvos.

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