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How can we improve Ainsley Garden? Complete our survey.

August 5, 2010

Did you know that Ainsley Garden belongs to the residents of Wilmot Street? We pay for it’s up keep – litter picking. lighting, and garden maintenance.

But, how many of us actually use this space? Do we enjoy it? Do we even walk through it? It certainly attracts litter, dog mess and occasional unsociable behaviour!

Could Ainsley garden be come an asset to us?Whilst Weavers Fields is a glorious open space Ainsley garden could be a more intimate garden that enhances our neighbourhood. There are many examples in London of great community open spaces, which give much personal pleasure to residents and deter unsociable behaviour. Gardens and open space projects can often attract small grants but rely on the hard work and cooperation of local residents.

We have prepared a short survey and would like to get your feedback and ideas to determine whether we could start a project for the garden.

The survey only takes a few moments to complete. Click here to complete the survey online

  1. August 11, 2010 9:51 pm


    I’m in the process of putting together a website about the history of the Waterlow Estate. You can find it here :

    I’d really love to hear from people that lived here over the years and have memories or photographs to share. I’m especially interested in filling in some of the details of the renovation project in the 1980s.

    I’ll be putting up more posts over the next few weeks.

    cheers !

  2. Ali permalink
    August 19, 2010 4:24 pm

    Damn, I missed the lunch, sorry!

    Can we have another one before August is out?

  3. Holly permalink
    September 28, 2010 9:10 am

    Hi there,

    Just wanted to say thanks so much for organising the BBQ on Sunday. Sorting out Ainsley Gardens is a superb initiative and I’m looking forward to mucking in!

    Kind regards,

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