Global Gardens Project is a community growing project based in Cardiff. 


Our vision is to create a growing space that supports community-based sharing of food and cultures.  


We have an allotment site where we are cultivating an organic kitchen garden, celebrating crops from around the world.


The crops grown are used in our quarterly community suppers and shared within the local community.


We also have a mobile pizza oven which is available for community events. 



June 5, 2017

On the 5th and 6th June the Global Gardens Project made our mobile pizza oven at Cathays Community Centre. The oven build was designed and led by Jack Welbourne, Global Gardens co-founder, baker and ceramicist with the support of fellow ceramicist Arthur Goodfellow, Alec and Sophie, Poppy, Anya and Matt.

On Day 1, Arthur, Alec, Sophie and Jack made the sand framework for the concrete to be casted on. We then covered the sand with some wet pap...

April 30, 2017

Today marked the launch of our mobile planter, created by the talented folks at Spit and Sawdust with the support of Made in Roath.

Tom from Blaencamel provided us with some healthy looking ‘Little Gem’ Lettuce and Pea seedlings. Carol from Mackintosh Community Gardens also offered us some Chives and one of the Global Gardens volunteers Annie brought in Chives, Parsley and Sage.

We planted up the planter on wheels during the Mad...

April 26, 2017

This month we celebrated one of the first harvests from the garden, with a foraged nettle soup. Nettles are recognised as potent detoxifiers, high in vitamin C and iron. Nettles also support a healthy digestive system.

Poppy made the soup using a slightly adapted River Cottage recipe. Tasty! We shared the nettle soup with some freshly baked bread, courtesy of Riverside Sourdough.

Alongside the soup, Iskander kindly cooked some Kurdi...

April 16, 2017

The Velodome was an idea birthed by cyclist and gardener, Kate Knowles. Comprising of old bicycle wheels connected together to form kind of wheel-y igloo, the velodome was relocated from the allotment site in Pontcanna to the Global Gardens Flaxland site with the support of a freewheeling cycling fleet.

With a bicycle-trailer laden with wheels, Jack, Lucia, Arthur, Kate and Suneil harnessed their pedal power in traversing the city across...

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