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Frendsbury Gardens

Find out more information about Frendsbury Gardens.

Frendsbury Gardens is a community garden and park nestled between Frendsbury Road, Pincott Place, Billingsford Close, Hainford Close and Coston Walk in Brockley, within the borough of Lewisham in south-east London. Frendsbury used to be a wasteland stuffed with fly-tipped rubbish. Local residents, fed up with the situation, got together and came up with a plan for a community garden. With support from Lewisham Council, lottery funding and other support a beautiful oasis of nature was created.

Frendsbury Gardens is used by local people as a space to be, a place to learn and play or even just as a shortcut on a journey. 

Get involved

Frendsbury Gardens is a community space and wildlife garden used by hundreds of local people as a place to play, a place to learn, or a place just to be.

The garden is maintained by Glendale and the Friends of Frendsbury Gardens a group of volunteers helping to improve community safety, cohesion and wellbeing. They run twice-weekly ‘Dig It’ therapeutic and wellbeing gardening sessions, enabling local people to make new friends, gain horticultural skills and keep the garden looking beautiful.

Access and contact

Visit the Friends of Frendsbury Gardens blog.
You can also email them for more details about how to get involved.


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