A multi-use space for students, staff and the local community, run in partnership with East Kent Mind
We are the Kent Community Oasis Garden (KentCOG), a collection of students, staff and community members working to create a sustainability hub centred around growing food.
Come along to one of our open sessions on Wednesday and Friday (10:00am – 2:00pm) to find out more, or email us at email@example.com
Learn about what we do at the Kent Community Oasis Garden and how you can find out more.
Follow along with our useful video that will show you how to walk from the Sports Centre to the Kent Community Garden located in Parkwood.
Join us for a stroll around the garden to spot, identify and conduct a catch and ID survey of different Bumble Bee species. Supported by the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.
All events take place at the Kent Community Oasis Garden unless otherwise stated. If you have any questions about getting involved, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please check back for new events being added throughout the year.
NB: the garden will be closed on Good Friday (7th April)
This year KentCOG has been chosen to be part of the Coop Local Community Fund. You can support KentCOG by going online and choosing us as the cause you want to support through your Coop membership card.
Every time you use your membership card when buying selected Coop branded products and services, the Coop will give KentCOG 1p for every £1 spent. This will support the project we have but will also help us to expand what do to grow more food sustainably, offer a wider range of wellbeing activities, develop a tool library for students to use in their own gardens and create a bigger, more diverse, accessible green space for all to enjoy.
KentCOG is a partnership project. Find out more about the different organisations involved.
KentCOG has sustainability and accessibility at the heart of the project. Find out more here.
Listen to our volunteers talk about their experiences at the garden on this wellbeing podcast.