New study finds growing demand for allotments in London outstripping shrinking availability
Since 2006 the demand for allotments has increased fourfold and made worse by the rate they are being lost which, according to the research by Imperial College London, is around triple that of a decade ago.
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New Jellied Eel magazine slithering into stockists
After an unexpected break, the new edition of the Jellied Eel magazine is making its way across London. And wow, it is a good one (if we say so ourselves).
Join the grow-your-own celebration (from your own home)
Urban growers from London and beyond from this Friday can celebrate the start of the harvest, with 10 days of exciting online events. From botanical drawing, to winter growing, and from the Grenfell Guerrilla Gardener, through to a veggie show with snail races, there’s something to suit every grower.
Food poverty centre stage in new National Food Strategy
Henry Dimbleby has launched part one of the much-anticipated National Food Strategy, the first attempt to create an overarching food policy in the UK for 75 years.