Southern Brooks Community Partnerships

Patchway Community Gardens

Green Spaces

Help us Create a Greener Community

The Green Spaces Project works to make the green spaces of Patchway beautiful and useful.

Would you like to get involved? Get in touch with Caroline on 01454 868570 or email carolinebrowne@southernbrooks.org.uk

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Five Different Places to Grow and Discover

Blakeney Road Community Allotment

Blakeney Road Community Allotment is open for everyone to come and join in every Friday from 10am-12pm.

We grow fruit, veg, herbs and flowers. It’s a great place to meet new people, have a cup of tea and learn from each other about looking after a garden.

New people are always welcome! We share everything we grow as well!

Tools and gloves are provided, but please wear sturdy shoes.

The Parade Community Garden

Do you live close to The Parade and want to help make it look beautiful? Join us every other Friday from 3.30-4.30, everyone is welcome to come along and help.

It will be an opportunity to meet your neighbours and to create a greener area.

If you are busy, then why not just have a look when you’re popping to the shop.

Patchway The Parade
Patchway Youth Centre

Patchway Youth Centre

The young people at the youth centre work really hard to look after their garden and most of all enjoy eating what they have grown.

Would you like to join the Patchway Youth Centre Garden?

Come along to a Youth Centre session for your age group or contact Ternaya Cummings: ternayacummings@southernbrooks.org.uk or call 01454 868570.

Arlingham Way Pocket Park

This Pocket Park on Arlingham Way was designed by the residents and is looked after by them too.

Feel free to pop down and have a look at the new playground and wild flower areas when you get the chance.

If you're a resident of Arlingham and want to get involved please contact Ellen: ellensegalov@southernbrooks.org.uk

Brooks Cafe Garden

Brooks Cafe Garden

In Brooks cafe garden we grow veg and herbs for the cafe to use as well as flowers to attract wildlife, all in containers. Come along to the cafe on a Friday lunchtime to help us look after this container garden. Or just take a look when you're visiting the cafe.