I'll eat the high road


From Saturday 18 May Forest Hill and Honor Oak will be transformed into an urban orchard for three weeks.

The event is called the Edible High Road; shops and businesses are hosting fruit trees to celebrate urban orchards: 50 Forest Hill and Honor Oak businesses are hosting 70+ trees including The Horniman Museum, Sainsbury's, Canvas and Cream, Stag and Bow, Hills and Parkes and Le Querce - plus every pub in Forest Hill!

The Big Launch: Matthew Wilson - Channel Four's 'Landscape Man' and Gardener's Question Time panelist will be cutting our ribbon at 2pm on Saturday 18 May on Forest Hill Station.

2 comments:

Ali said...

Oh, it's not permanent..? I had got all green (excuse pun)-eyed monster about this. What happens to the trees afterwards?

Michael Abrahams said...

Afterwards each of the businesses can keep the trees they have bought or donate them to a local orchard, and we have a few other places in the local area that could benefit from fruit trees.

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