Olden Garden is open to the public. Workdays are open to everyone, not just Garden members. New volunteers are welcome. Gardening experience is not necessary.
Come and volunteer on Tuesdays any time between 10am – 4pm
Or come to a Saturday Workday – on the third Saturday of the month. The next Saturday Workday is 19 June, any time between 10am – 4pm.
You will need to bring your own gloves, face covering and hand sanitiser, and a towel if you wish to wash your hands. Remember to wear appropriate footwear.
You will also need to bring your own food and drink – we are not currently providing refreshments and use of the Garden House will be for our paid Gardeners only. Our accessible toilet will be open.
If you would like further information about volunteer workdays email email@example.com
Come along to our volunteer workday – make new friends and join us for a coffee. We need more volunteers!
As a volunteer at our workdays you do not need to be a member. And gardening experience is not necessary; our volunteer gardeners will guide you. We will be open from 10am – 4pm.
Please remember to wear suitable shoes and to bring your own gloves; disposable gloves will be available. Our accessible toilet will be open. If you have any questions, or to let us know you or a friend might be interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have laid new turf on a damaged section of the lawn, leaving an area for new planting and a space for new paving to be laid in the autumn.
In celebration of the Chelsea Fringe 2021, we filmed two special musical events in Olden Garden. ‘Air on a G-string’ is a musical comedy, with a rap celebrating the Chelsea Fringe, played by Kate Shortt on her cello in our garden and greenhouse and in front of the graffiti. ‘The Swan’ is a beautiful cello solo from ‘Carnival of the Animals’ and also played by Kate Shortt. These online events continue our tradition of marking the Chelsea Fringe with a musical celebration.
Come along to our Workday, meet others and learn about the Garden. Bring your own gloves and face covering (just in case) and a towel if you wish to wash your hands. Remember to wear appropriate footwear.