Harlesden Town Garden

Get Involved

There are lots of ways to get involved in Harlesden Town Garden and help contribute to this diverse and vibrant community.

Volunteer at our Green Club!

Green Club is held every Saturday from 10 am to 12 pm year-round and has activities suitable for ages and abilities. No experience is required!

Each week we get stuck in making Harlesden Town Garden an even better environment—while learning how to grow fruit and vegetables under the guidance of our gardening experts from the Friends of Harlesden Town Garden group.

Our Green Club activities are suitable for adults and children alike. All we ask for is bucketloads of enthusiasm! Safety and gardening equipment is provided but remember to bring along something warm and waterproof in case the weather turns. If you have your own gloves, feel free the bring them along too.

We also run trips for volunteers to places such as the amazing Kew Gardens and have occasional visiting lecturers to talk about topics like Permaculture and Biodiversity.

Raised Bed Allotment owners at Harlesden Town Garden

Request a Raised Bed Allotment

Prices range from £20 to £80 per year, and these prices are halved if you receive any benefit or tax credit.

Our raised beds can be used for growing fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers, and we have shapes and sizes to suit all needs and ambitions.

To sign up, download the form below and email it back to the Friends of Harlesden Town Garden Committee at: info@harlesdentowngarden.co.uk

Please note that we do currently have a waiting list, and priority is given to residents closest to Harlesden Town Garden.

HTG Converted container clubhouse

Hire our Hub House

Winner of UCL Provost's Public Engagement Award 2020, the Friends of Harlesden Town Garden (FHTG) has built a new hub for the whole community.

We have created an area that provides a multipurpose, visually attractive, environmentally friendly and secure base for the ever-growing programme of activities in the garden.

FHTG successfully applied for Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) funding to complete the final part of the town garden's infrastructure project in partnership with Brent Council and local Architects Storpweber, who have offered their skills and imagination to collaborate, consult and design our much-needed new home.

We hope our new Hub House will bring together our local residents and gardeners in all

The Hub House is available for private, corporate and community events. Each request will be carefully reviewed by our FHTG Committee.


Join our Management Team

Our friendly committee meets regularly to ensure that the garden continues to run smoothly.

If you would like to have a more substantial role in the running of the garden, or in the way of offering any help and advice, any skills or expertise, especially anything gardening, education or climate change related, let us know.


Yes! We welcome everyone at Harlesden Town Garden. Come along with your friends and family and enjoy the community feel and tranquil surroundings.

Yes, a restroom is available behind the Hub House to all our volunteers and members. You would need to ask for a door code to access it.

For health and safety reasons, we do not allow dogs or any pet into the garden. Guide dogs are, however, of course welcome.

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