Go Green – Eco Urban Festival Online Tuesday

Growing Projects in the Community “Food for All”

Tuesday 22nd

Over 20,500  Food Parcels have been delivered to shielders and non-shielders in over 3,300 unique households by July 2020  (Covid-19 Haringey Council Support)

London Grown 
Harmony Gardens

A charming space located at Broadwater Farm in the heart of Tottenham. The space also incorporates many biodiversity and habitat features encouraging participants to learn about the other plants and creatures we share with the planet.  This outdoor space focuses on gardening and urban life and was designed with the help of local residents and supported by dedicated volunteers. 

Green tip for the day: 
Love Food Hate Waste

Haringey are developing and implementing a sustainable model, with the voluntary and community sector and the London Food Alliance, to strengthen the network of food banks, developing a more co-ordinated approach partners to support supply and meet demand through the formation of the Haringey Food Alliance.


Gogrow  is a project that promotes holistic living and food growing by offering horticulture sessions and nature crafts to the community in particular children and families.

Contact Sandra info@go-grow.org.uk 

Edible London

Edible London is a North-London based community interest company, founded by Soner Karagozlu in 2018. 

The organisation’s vision is to become a central driving ecosystem behind re-establishing a circular food economy that puts food on everyone’s plate and thus eradicates food poverty. 

To achieve this, Edible London focuses its efforts on the sustainable cultivation and farming of produce (on 4 different sites currently), the circular management of resources, with special regards to the redistribution of surplus food goods, and all related community engagement and educational activities. 

Edible London sources surplus fruit and veg in catering quantities from fresh wholesale markets and local supermarkets, and currently distributes enough surplus ingredients to provide up to 25,000 meals a week through its charitable network of organisations that directly feed the community: schools, hospitals, food banks, shelters, community groups, centres, kitchens and more. With the help of hundreds of volunteers, Edible London has provided more than 700,000 free meals to date. 

  • How to make an EcoBrick:
  • Our volunteers saving surplus vegetables that feed our community:
Bags of Taste

cooking courses – registrations now open in Haringey 

Please note, communication with learners or participants is made via-facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, email or phone, on a small online group or by offering one -to-one support.

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