City Gardening Groups

Exeter Street – Bloom Weekend – SATURDAY 13th JUNE 2015

Exeter Street - Bloom Weekend. Saturday 13th June

Exeter Street – Bloom Weekend. Saturday 13th June


 is an organisation made up of neighbours who help take care of three open spaces around St. Nicholas of Myra church, all of which used to be cemeteries.

SNGSA raises funds from community events, so that SNGSA gardeners can maintain the flower borders and the parks are managed by the Council. ST.NICHOLAS CHURCH FAIR Sat.  28th June 12pm-3pm

St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church

The gardens foster community spirit between its users, which are mostly families with children, dog lovers, and people in search of a quiet space close to the city. A corner of the children’s garden is reserved for those who like to try their hand at growing edibles.

The church is the oldest surviving building in Brighton providing a sought-after focus for local history.

Wild life and bio-diversity are also encouraged, with wild meadow areas, all beneficial for pollinators, birds and bats.

All volunteers welcome. See website.

St. Nicholas Churchyard

St. Nicholas Churchyard


Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group.

Fork and Dig it Group is a not-for-profit community growing project practising and promoting low-impact organic horticulture on a beautiful site at Stanmer Organics in the stunning surroundings of Stanmer Park, Brighton

Friends of Preston Park

Preston Park

Preston Park

The purpose of Friends of Preston Park is to promote the protection and improvement of the park environment for the people who use it; and to further involve the local community and to work with other bodies involved with the park.

Friends of Withdean Park

Withdean Park

They have  work-days throughout the year and are always happy to welcome new members. Their next work days are 20th October and 24th November.

For more on the history of Withdean Park and other information, go to


Friends of Beacon Hill Nature Reserve


Beacon Hill Nature Reserve


For more information contact: –  Bernadette Skinner and to learn more about Beacon Hill Nature Reserve click on the link below. 

 Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods  meet outside the old brick and flint barn adjacent to the western entrance to the Roedale allotments, which is accessed from the Ditchling Road via the road to the Upper Roedale cottages.  The sessions are held on alternate Saturdays and Sundays on the first weekend of every month from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

London Road Station Partnership is a group of neighbours living near the lovely nineteenth-century London Road station, just outside the centre of Brighton. They got together with Southern Railway in April 2011 to set up a station community  partnership.

London Road Station Partnership 

Mondaygroup is a group of volunteer workers who clear public footpaths and also make and repair wooden structures like stiles and bridges on public footpaths in the Lewes and Burgess Hill areas of East Sussex. 

Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project

Moulsecoomb Forest Garden

Patcham Horticultural Society was established in 1936 and has currently about 200 members. There are regular monthly talks plus the group arranges 2 or 3 outings a year to gardens and places of interest.

Waterhall Valley & Downland

A group of volunteers who concern themselves with all aspects of looking after Waterhall Valley and Downland. Winter sheep grazing helps maintain sections of the conservation area and bramble and scrub clearance enable paths to be kept open Native tree and shrub planting continues to improve the local envirnment. Membership is by annual subscription (Max £4 p.a.). We hold work days every 3 months. All ages welcome. Please contact Mrs Christine Fitzgerald,  Chair,  for further information.


Project Dirt

Rottingdean In Bloom

Rottingdean in Bloom


The Greenhouse at Emmaus is an extraordinary place where a love of gardening and a creative imagination meet to inspire people to have fun with recycling and look at their outdoor space in a brand new way.

Seedy Sunday:  2nd February 2014, Brighton Corn Exchange
Would you like to help Seedy Sunday improve and grow?  They are always interested to hear from people interested in volunteering for everything from sorting seeds to joining the organising committee.
The Window Box Allotment  site was set up to share experiences of growing and harvesting fruit and veg. from my very own windowboxes
The Green Centre  are a Community Interest Company. This means they are registered at Companies House as a not-for-profit organisation committed to working “in the best interests of the community”.