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Click on the link to view a movie of this walkable sculpture by Forest Hill artist, Maria Strutz at LEAF, constructed 1st – 2nd May, 2013. Movie of “Labyrinth” by Maria Strutz
Click on the link to view a movie of this interactive event at LEAF, 1st-3rd May, 2013. Movie of “Nest” by Nathalie Hauwelle
Click on the link below to see a movie of this interactive event on The Green during the Little Ecological Arts Festival: Movie of Where Do We Go From Here?
AMG Friends are warmly invited to attend the big launch of “The Edible High Road”
2pm Saturday 18 May at Forest Hill Station, Devonshire Road SE23.
Forest Hill will be transformed into an Edible High Road as part of the Chelsea Fringe garden festival, and 50 Forest Hill and Honor Oak businesses have sponsored 70 fruit trees, including The Horniman Museum and Sainsbury’s.
Celebrity Gardener Matthew Wilson, Channel Four’s ‘Landscape Man’ and a Gardener’s Question Time panelist, will be cutting our ribbon!
A local Saxophone Quartet and the Holy Trinity School Brass Band will be performing.
Among other special attractions, there will be tours of the new Albion Millennium Green Orchard.
The event has been organised by Lewisham Gardens and The Forest Hill Society, and sponsored by Shannon’s Garden Centre and Winkworth &Co Estate Agents.
The wall between the Green and Albion Villas Road will be partially renovated on 9th May by a Lewisham-accredited builder. The work will involve removal of the top layers of bricks, their storage for later use, and the top layer replaced with some of the same bricks. Lime mortar will be used. It will be very helpful if we could help pay for this with donations to our fund. The original cost was £150, but in order to try to build extra safeguard a top layer of bricks will be put in place which increases the cost to £350.
Donations need not be public or huge but are necessary I’m afraid and every amount will help.
Looking forward to hearing from you
best wishes Ann
Secretary, Friends of Albion Millennium Green
Can you identify it? If so, let us know.
Above: On living Hawthorn
Above: On Decaying Horse Chestnut
Not sure what stump this is on.
Top Photo: 03/03/2013 Spawn laid end February
Bottom Photo: 30/03/2013, Spawn has survived cold weather and embryos starting to take shape.