Please note: this event has passed
Get outdoors and spend some time gardening, planting seeds, sign painting & learning about the biodiversity in the King’s Community Garden.
Gardening is great way to connect with nature, especially for city dwellers, and evidence for the positive impact of gardening is always growing.
The King’s Community Garden is in the Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases Courtyard, between the building itself and Addison House. View the map. The easiest way to get to the garden is to go through the Henriette Raphael Building from the Guy’s courtyard. Go straight through, past Henri’s restaurant and take the side exit down the steps on the left hand side.
Please dress appropriately for the session – you may need to wrap up warm. Please bring gardening gloves if you have them.
This event is open to all students, staff and alumni of King’s College London. Alumni who wish to attend should ensure they have downloaded and registered for the King’s Connect app so that they can enter our campuses. For more information on entering King’s campuses as an alumni member, please visit https://www.kcl.ac.uk/alumni/benefits
Please note that this is an internal volunteering opportunity and staff cannot use their Service Time to volunteer for internal opportunities.