Bouquet Making at Barracks Lane
Make a bouquet with flowers from Hilary Squire’s East Oxford cutting garden and the Community garden to celebrate British Flower Week and Oxford Green Week.
Barracks Lane Community Garden is a beautiful green space at the heart of a vibrant community. It is for everyone to use and enjoy by visiting, booking for a private function or by coming along to one of the many events and activities that are held throughout the year.
The Garden Project has charitable status and is run by members of the local community who volunteer their time and expertise.
At the Garden you will find a large octagonal eco cabin with a wood burning stove, a bonfire and barbeque area, a basic kitchen, table and chairs, a wood fired bread oven, cob oven and tandoor oven, sandpit and small, fenced pond. The Garden is fully accessible if you are using a wheelchair or have limited mobility and safe if you have small children. There is a fully accessible composting toilet.
We are particularly proud of the Garden Project’s low carbon and green credentials. Within the Garden is a living green roof and solar panels, a rainwater harvesting system, a compost system, a wildlife corridor and bug hotel. These were designed, built and sponsored by members of the community. You can find out more about these features in our Resources section.
Date/Time: Sat 16th June - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Add to Calendar
Cost: Free. Donations to the garden welcome
How to Book: Email to secure a place or just turn up to watch.
Target Audience: Adults
Barracks lane Community Garden, Barracks Lane , Oxford , OX4 2AP