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Cobham Community Garden encourages the local community to become better engaged in growing and eating local, sustainably produced fruit and vegetables.


We seek to encourage the community to live a greener lifestyle through organic produce and consumption, as well as through recycling, composting, reducing water use and waste.

We are a self-funded entity, a not-for-profit horticultural initiative. This means that we manage our gardens through community involvement, and share our produce with our volunteers. So, the more time you spend in the garden, the more fruit and vegetables you can enjoy. We also sell our produce at the monthly Cobham Framers Market.


Our produce is as natural as we can make it, so you really are getting healthy fruit and vegetables from us (very rarely we may need to reach for some help from chemical products to keep things pest or disease free).


We encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to come and join us in the garden, or to help out with other duties from Management, recruitment, research, supporting our events, selling and buying our produce.


We need your help


The Garden is looking for people to fill some interesting roles, see below.  If you would like to find out more then look at our PEOPLE page, view a pdf of all roles here or e-mail us.


Lead Gardeners

Manage all aspects of growing things in the Garden.


Gardeners

Work in the Garden.


Handyperson

Maintain & enhance the Garden infrastructure.


Committee members

Contribute to the management of the Garden.


Young person liaison

Engage with local youth groups & develop activities in the Garden.


Data protection policy

Our data protection policy can be downloaded here

 
 
 

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Find us

 

In the Borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, the 'green lung' at the heart of Cobham, the Leg O'Mutton field.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening Hours

 

Spring, Summer & Autumn 2019

Saturday   10 - 12

Thursday  10 - 12

 

Winter

Closed mid November 2019 to late February 2020


 

 

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