Welcome to Stream Walk Community Garden

. Registered charity no. 1171504

Welcome to Whitstable’s community gardening space in the heart of our Kentish town. Visitors and volunteers can visit the garden to see the organically managed vegetable beds which demonstrate different ways of growing vegetables e.g. companion planting, Square Foot Gardening, using raised beds, green manures, mulching and no-dig methods. There are also beds of dye plants, herbal remedies and much more – so worth a visit.

We also sell our chemical free vegetables and plants on Thursdays.

Opening times: Thursdays 10am-2pm (Spring and Summer). Inductions from 11.30am.

We also open monthly on the first Sunday for volunteer gardening and teas and coffees.

How to find us:

Stream Walk Community Garden is tucked away along Stream Walk footpath close to the heart of Whitstable.The footpath lies off Old Bridge Road and Cromwell Road, Whitstable CT5 1RH

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Opening hours:

Tuesdays 10-12pm – Volunteer Gardening from March 7th 2023

Thursdays 10-2pm – Volunteer Gardening

Friday mornings 9.30-11.30 – Little Green Fingers – pre-school kids’ gardening fun (term times only)

Sunday mornings 10.00-12.30 – Volunteer Gardening and teas (first Sunday of the month)

What We Do:

The Gardening group meet every Thursday 10-2pm.

Little Green Fingers, our pre-school children’s group meets on Fridays between 9.30-11.30 in term time.

Community groups : Find out about our partnerships with local wellbeing and educational groups.

The Bodgers meet on Thursdays and Monday evenings in our wonderful woodwork shed to do traditional carpentry and green wood working.

Workshops and courses – including composting and fruit growing

Market stall: Freshly picked, organically grown fruit, vegetables, herbs and cut flowers for sale at the gate every Thursday morning from 10am.

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Stream Walk Trust receives funding from:

Our funding parnters

Stream Walk is a registered charity which relies on fund-raising, donations and grants. To cover the costs of running the garden and to enable our valuable programmes to continue and to evolve, reaching even more people in the community we are always looking for new sources of income. Your help is much appreciated. Thank you.