Tour de Belsize 2014 - Bike tour of food-growing sites

  • From: 02:00pm 27 Sep 2014
  • To: 03:00pm 27 Sep 2014
  • Event type: Ride
  • Contact: Nigel Bee at nigelbee@blueyonder.co.uk
  • Difficulty: Easy

You will also have a chance to take a look at what has been planted recently by the local community in the St George's Terrace garden in Primrose Hill:

As the Belsize Green Fair is all about promoting the green agenda, we want to to encourage you to cycle there rather than go there by car. So, bring your bike, park it, stroll around the fair and then meet up at 2pm outside Budgens at 199-205 Haverstock Hill to join a cycle tour of community gardens in the North Camden area. We should be back at the fair by 3pm.

This route shows the locations of some of the gardens we will visit. We will also visit St George's Terrace in Primrose Hill.

These are some pictures of the gardens we will be visiting.

This is the Fruitery at St Peter's Church:

This is the unassuming garden built by children from the Winch in the Swiss Cottage Open Space, which would have been overshadowed by a 24 storey tower block, if planning permission hadn't been refused by Camden Council at their highly democratic meeting on 11th September:

This is the St George's Terrace gardens in Primrose Hill:

This is the Premier Inn garden:

This is the garden in the bounds of the Royal Free Hospital:

This post was edited by nigelbee at 08:39am 27 Sep 2014.

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