Bedfords Park Walled Garden

Bedfords Park Walled Garden is a community-focused food growing space on the edge of London. It sits within a nature reserve and an historical setting.

The aim of the garden is to teach people about food, growing their own, giving valuable life skills to some and ‘skills for working’ to others. There are gardening clubs for the new and the experienced as well as many events, workshops and activities to enjoy whether you’re a gardener or not. To learn more, visit our about or history pages, or read stories and meet some of the people that come to the Walled Garden on our interactive map.

Latest Posts

Spring and Summer Mean New Folks in the Garden!

It’s springtime, possibly the best time to enjoy the garden! We’ve got a great handful of new partnerships bringing even more people out to enjoy the fresh air – plus some great updates! Check it all out below. Every Monday the Special Educational Needs (SEN) unit from Drapers Academy come out to participate in Grow>Cook>Eat…. Read more

Read our progress report

Are you interested in what we’ve achieved in the Walled Garden last year? Or what we’re up to in the next couple of years? Then read our new progress report – it’s full of beautiful pictures of the Walled Garden and our volunteers as well.

London in Bloom Winners!

A big congratulations going to our hard working volunteers and Walled Garden team for their much deserved awards from London In Bloom! We are proud to have been awarded recognition in the following categories: Walled Garden category (Silver Gilt) It’s Your Neighbourhood (Outstanding) Our Community (Silver Gilt) The annual London In Bloom awards recognises and celebrates the efforts… Read more