Abundance London is a project set up by Sarah Cruz and Karen Liebreich to harvest the seasonal glut of local fruit (apples, pears, plums, quinces, cherries…) in our area. Each year hundreds of fruit trees go unpicked. We work with local schools and businesses to harvest fruit that would otherwise go to waste. and preventing […]Read More
Over the past few years we have been mapping fruit trees in west London. Apples, pears, plums, quince, cherries, mulberries… Note that lots of these are in private gardens – so they are not available for the wider public, nor are the full details provided. These tree owners very generously let local kids come to pick on […]Read More
Abundance London planted up an Edible Playground up at Dukes Meadows in December 2011. We planted around 100 red, white and black currants, apple trees, alpine strawberries and bulbs.Read More
The Abundance Fruit Day of 1st October 2011 already seems like a long time ago – in those halcyon last hot days of the summer… Our big fruit press worked its way through a huge pile of apples, aided by many passersby, local children and even councillors. Steve Oram from PTES identified lots of mysterious […]Read More
Throughout autumn 2011 Abundance London picked over a tonne and a half of fruit that would have gone to waste, we organised at least seven picking outings per week through September alone for local schools and volunteers. Little teams from Belmont, Cavendish, Grove Park, St Peters, Strand-on-the-Green and William Hogarth Schools trotted off to local […]Read More
Maintenance should be complete on Monday 11th November.