07.jpg
sbv7619.jpg
20437906294_b60b0cbd05_o.jpg
07.jpg

WE HARNESS UNDERUSED RESOURCES ...


... TO CONNECT PEOPLE AND PLACES

SCROLL DOWN

WE HARNESS UNDERUSED RESOURCES ...


... TO CONNECT PEOPLE AND PLACES

1LOVE COMMUNITY HAS NOW moved to a multi-level, multipurpose space on pepper street, e14. we hold a 'meanwhile' lease until 2020 to continue our community pop-up shop selling secondhand and upcycled  furniture & household goods. but just like our previous home on marsh wall, there's more. lots more. now we have ten times the space, an even bigger blank canvas to
co-create with like minds and aligned visions.

expect an eclectic mix of community activities and events, including upcycling workshops, dance classes, and rental space for small businesses, actors & musicians. plus tea mornings and kids' stuff. For news on these and our official 'open for trading' date, see our facebook page
"
1Love CommunityCIC". if you have an idea for our space, get in touch now and come to see us.

 

 
09 old cupboard.jpg


sbv7619.jpg

nomadic community garden


Empowering People... Enlivening Places

nomadic community garden


Empowering People... Enlivening Places

 

What We Do

We transform underused spaces into beautiful areas to better serve local communities

 
20437906294_b60b0cbd05_o.jpg

Growing Together


The foundation of everything we do is about learning to grow together

Growing Together


The foundation of everything we do is about learning to grow together

Nomadic Community Gardens breathe life into disused parts of cities, which become places where nature and community thrive. This short film shows one such project near Brick Lane in East London

20872437550_de6d412d7e_o.jpg

1Love Community is a social initiative seeking to create actual, substantial, viable change and improvement to the quality of life of people in the city. It is a grassroots network outreaching into local communities to provide support, knowledge and activity that enriches and engenders health, responsibility and security not just to the urban environment but to its inhabitants therein

 

In Fleet Street Hill E1 - just off Brick Lane we took over use of a derelict wasteland and converted it to use as a community garden for local residents & various activities geared towards bringing people together. Commencing on May 2015 running until Mid 2016. This project is now run and managed as "Nomadic Community Gardens" by Jimmy and other local residents...