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Chutneys and preserves at In-Service Training day

Chutneys and preserves at In-Service Training dayWhat a wonderful autumn In-Service Training Day for Master Gardeners and Food Buddies, learning to make chutneys and quick-cook jam at Mum’s the Chef cafe in Croydon. We chopped and stirred, and made tamarind sauce, red onion chutney and a firey mint and coriander sauce. There was also a three berry, quick-cook jam, flavoured with […]

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Home grown spuds taste so good!

Home grown spuds taste so good!Hannah, a 26-year-old graphic designer,  enjoys using objects of nature in her illustrations, but had never tried getting her hands dirty in the garden. Like a lot of people who have never tried growing, she needed to build up a bit of confidence in handling plants! Hannah enjoys eating freshly grown food so while she […]

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Meet your Croydon team

Meet your Croydon teamI am lucky enough to be the co-ordinator for the London Master Gardeners. My job is to recruit, train and support Master Gardeners around London and Kent. I have a background in media and journalism. I have grown food in gardens and on allotments for over 20  ears and never get tired of the magic. […]

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Seed Swap and Growing advice Extravaganza at Crystal Palace

Seed Swap and Growing advice Extravaganza at Crystal PalaceLots of lovely interaction took place on 8th Feb – a wonderful kick start to the growing season of 2014! And in an otherwise blustery and hailing day, we enjoyed a couple of hours of lovely sunshine. Blessed indeed. 20-odd South London Master Gardeners flooded the very dynamic Crystal Palace scene – half at the […]

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Diana Linskey

Diana LinskeyMaster Gardener Diana is to become a committee member with Clapham Common Management Advisory Committee (CCMAC).  In presenting the case for being co-opted, she was able to cite her Master Gardener experience engaging the community with food growing. Diana is also the founding treasurer of Bandstand Beds, a crop growing and feasting project based on […]

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