Always On Leyton

Leyton Jubilee Park Green Gym

The Conservation Volunteers Green Gym Programme

Leyton Jubilee Park, Leyton

Green Gyms are fun and free outdoor sessions where you will be guided in practical activities such as planting trees, sowing meadows and establishing wildlife ponds.

Unlike other conservation projects, the emphasis is very much on health and fitness! Volunteers warm up and cool down in preparation for a range of light to vigorous activities to suit all abilities.

In fact, almost a third more calories can be burnt in some Green Gym sessions than in an average aerobics class!

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The Collaborative Herbarium Project

Lea Bridge Road Underpass, Leyton

The Redundant Architects Recreation Association and The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority's Ranger Service collaborate to create an art gallery in an underpass.

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Leyton Boundary Garden

Community Garden near the Cricket Ground in Leyton

Leyton Boundary Garden, Leyton

A brand new Community Garden located in friendly competition between Leyton Cricket Ground and Brewster Road play area.

Upcoming events will include natural dye workshops and food growing workshops.

There is the chance to meet the locals developing this new green space.

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Francis Road Planting

The volunteers of Francis Rd Planting, Waltham Forest, Mark Cummings Garden Design and Urbaser.

Francis Road, Leyton

A vibrant residential and commercial street newly planted with a diverse range of bulbs perennials shrubs and trees. The plants are particularly easy on the eye (and proboscis as pollinators needs were made top priority). For Forest Flora we have painted the trees that unfortunately died through the hottest summer last year. We should always consider the need for the correct amount of irrigation. New trees will be planted next year and the street will continue grow as the plants find their roots.

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Past Events

Saturday 11th July 2020

We Bloom

We Bloom is the latest initiative from Magic Me. Magic Me is an arts charity that brings generations together to build a stronger, safer community.

Projects often link unlikely partners. Young people aged 8+ and adults aged 60+ team up through shared, creative activity.