The Garden is open for everyone to explore. You will need to book a visit to come down to the space so that we can be aware of who’s using the space, keep you up to date and be able to get in contact surrounding matters related to COVID-19.
Gaia’s Garden is an accessible and free Community Garden built to educate Londoners about sustainable practices - economic, environmental and social.

It will be home to communities all around the city, platforming their voices through live music, workshops and events that highlight ways in which we can strengthen our relationship with Gaia, the Greek goddess of nature.
Gaia’s Garden is an accessible and free Community Garden built to educate Londoners about sustainable practices - economic, environmental and social.

It will be home to communities all around the city, platforming their voices through live music, workshops and events that highlight ways in which we can strengthen our relationship with Gaia, the Greek goddess of nature.
Gaia’s Garden was conceptualised by five young female creatives ranging in disciplines from across fashion, graphic design, movement, music, and photography. Their vision is to present sustainability through a more inclusive and feminist lens.
Tina Wetshi
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Ramzia Jawara
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Eleanor Grace Hann
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Ananya Panwar अनन्या पँवार
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Andrea Sisó
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Gaia’s Garden is in partnership with Dominvs Group, a privately owned real estate-led group that focuses on the residential and mixed sectors in London and the wider United Kingdom.
This space is one of the four projects developed as a part of The Pattern, Play Nice’s cultural production incubator funded by Culture Mile and Foundation for Future London. Read more here.

Culture Mile is the City of London’s new cultural district, stretching from Farringdon to Moorgate. Foundation for Future London is an independent charity created to connect communities, the new East Bank and its globally renowned arts, innovation and cultural partners.
Gaia’s Garden is also part of the Lord Mayor’s Culture and Commerce Taskforce’s Enhancing the City initiative, which seeks to fill repurposed commercial spaces across the City with curated creative activity in order to animate the area and drive footfall.

Chaired by the Lord Mayor of the City of London and led by the City of London Corporation and Culture Mile, the Culture and Commerce Taskforce will run a series of pilot projects as part of its Fuelling Creative Renewal report, published earlier this year.