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Developing a successful garden can be a slow process : from developing a brief, deciding whether redesign is needed, to looking for funding : the final building stage is when everyone notices the most change, but the ground work has been laid many months before.

We are influenced by the ideas of Permaculture, a system of land and community design, which encourages slow and incremental change, giving time for people to develop their own skills and interests while developing the project.

Case Study : Canonbury Primary School, Islington.

The school's parent community had done an amazing job of creating a growing garden and wildlife space, but as people had moved on from the school, both had become rather neglected. We are currently working together with the school to help them to set priorities for the school grounds, and to encourage parents to get involved again in the running of the gardens, to help transform them into beautiful resources for outdoor education and learning about sustainability.