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Ready for some bank holiday baking? Here's the tried and tested recipe for the Castle's banana bread - an absolute classic. And it's vegan too, so whether you're already vegan or simply struggling to get a hold of some eggs, this is the recipe for you. With thanks to our lovely chef AJ for sharing her trade secrets! 

Difficulty: Easy 

Equipment required: 2lb loaf tin, mixing bowl, wooden spoon

Ready for some bank holiday baking? Here's the tried and tested recipe for the Castle's banana bread - an absolute classic. And it's vegan too, so whether you're already vegan or simply struggling to get a hold of some eggs, this is the recipe for you. With thanks to our lovely chef AJ for sharing her trade secrets! 

Difficulty: Easy 

Equipment required: 2lb loaf tin, mixing bowl, wooden spoon

Christmas has come early for us here at the Castle, with the gift of Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for a brand-new building! 

After two whole years of negotiations with Historic England and Hackney’s Conservation team, we are absolutely delighted to announce we’ve had formal planning permission to extend the climbing centre. 

As we become more aware of the importance of bees to our eco systems, we ask Castle Beekeeper Sean to share his wisdom on the art of urban beekeeping... 

Christmas is already feeling very different this year. With 2020 disrupting our plans or making it difficult to see the ones you love, 

The Castle Sustainability Fund

The Castle Climbing Centre is delighted to launch the Castle Sustainability Fund: a fund created to support grassroots projects in the UK and around the world to tackle climate change and social inequality. 

The Castle has committed to investing 10% of annual profits each year into The Castle Sustainability Fund. This money will be used to fund grassroots and sustainable projects anywhere in the world in response to the global climate crisis. 

For our summer nature/wellbeing event this year we're heading out of the garden!
Instead we'll be in the park opposite the Redmond Community Centre (next to the play park) - Kayani Ave, Woodberry Down.

There'll be: 

A celebration of renewable energy and sustainable technologies!

Saturday 18th May

12 - 6 pm

This Saturday 27th April, is T

Apple Orchard Wassailing is a tradition to wake up the fruit trees from their winter slumber and encourage a good harvest for the coming year!

The garden wassail takes place on Saturday 9th February.

Come one, come all, and enjoy...

3 - 4.30 pm
Free drop-in craft activities for children and families in Meeting Room (Quarry),
making ‘Wassailing’ instruments from recycled materials 

4.30 - 5 pm
Wassail for the fruit trees 

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