Printed from: https://conservationhandbooks.com/the-urban-handbook/community-gardens/
The term ‘community garden’ includes a diverse range of areas used for many purposes, including play, relaxation, gardening and wildlife. Community gardens are characterised by a high level of local community involvement in their design and management. Most gardens are attached to community centres, play centres or other buildings where there is some supervision and security. This chapter gives a brief description of some of the many community gardens being develpoed throughout the UK.