All posts by David Wild

I'm obsessed with photography, taking on projects involving animals, environmental causes and gardening projects. I live in London, in the United Kingdom.
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Did you like the sunflowers? Please share your feedback…

The sunflower season for 2014 has now come full circle! We recently completed the final stage of the project to harvest and distribute the seeds, clear the ground and sow new seeds. This year we planted a massive 1,300 sunflowers along the A2 – one of the most polluted roads in the UK. Planting took place on 13 […]

Tasty Tuesday cooking sessions are back!

We have a new cohort of volunteers to bring take these community cooking sessions into the future….hooray! Welcome to the autumn season… Recommencing on 7th of October, the Tasty Tuesday sessions will be happening on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month! Join in from 6:30 – 9pm to cook tasty treats together then sit down with everyone […]

Join the Grow Wild team – we now have a short term contract role available…

As the Grow Wild project has developed we have recognised an opportunity to harness, harvest and enjoy the bounty of food growing in the local area. We are pleased to announce we are now recruiting for a short term contractor to join the Grow Wild team for the summer months! The main purpose of the […]

Wednesday Night is Cooking Night at the Youth Club on the Hill

Some developments have changed the face of Cooking Nights at the Youth club on the Hill….. Peeling the hard skin from squash is quite a tough job First of all with the addition of new cooking volunteers to Grow Wild team, every Wednesday evening for the majority of April and throughout May, is to become […]

More Big Build action at the Telegraph Hill Centre Sat 9th Feb

What better way to shake off the cold than helping out at a very successful Big Build in the Cloister Garden at the Telegraph Hill Centre! It was certainly a case of ‘many hands make light work’ as volunteers got sawing, drilling, screwing and building under Ella’s cheerful leadership to transform a pile of tired […]

Souper Sundays a Success every weekend now at Common Growth

Deciding on the soup for Sunday we always consider what’s in season, and if there is anything to use from the Common Growth garden. This last Sunday 3 February, with mushrooms being in season all year round and in abundance at the local markets right now, and wild garlic ready to pick up at the […]