Just opposite the CLR James library lies a hidden gem, The Dalston Eastern Curve Garden.

A reclaimed space the garden is on the formerly abandoned Eastern Curve railway line. As part of the Making space in Dalston residents have turned the area into a delightful garden with kids spaces, wild areas, bird boxes and all sorts of growing and making spaces.

The gardens opened in July 2010 and are constantly developing and growing – the next item to appear is a clay oven for making pizza, yum!

Lots of things for kids to make, do and grow

Sit and admire or browse the magazines

Homemade scarecrows guard the beds

A delightful, beautiful place

The raised beds growing food to eat

A space that's always working or wild

Bird boxes aplenty

Bird boxes and butterfly nests

come and draw on the walls

Clay oven for baking pizza

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