Press coverage

8 February 2018 Mapping London “The great thing about this concept, is it can likely be applied to any bridge abutment that needs livening up, in any part of London. The city has a huge abundance of old maps, and a great many railway bridges too.”

1 February 2018 – London Art and Food The opening celebrations are organised with taste and flair. There are two interactive art projects, both clever and inspiring, attracting scores of enthusiastic participants…. should Noah build a modern ark to preserve couples from all nationalities in the world, he need look no further than Chiswick… This certainly puts Chiswick on LAAF’s Summer Tours map.

30 January 2018 – Your Local Guardian Chiswick celebrates its Timeline

22 November 2017 – Evening Standard, Sir Peter Blake reveals Sgt Pepper’s inspired tube mural   Sir Peter Blake: “The mural is a great project – it’ll be a landmark work of art and I’m looking forward to seeing it.”

Autumn 2017 – Official Quarterly Magazine of the Max Miller Appreciation Society, full page article on Peter Blake’s Empire House

17 September 2017 – Keeping Things Local  A journey through time: “We hope Chiswick will love it.”

14 September 2017 Our Patch  A cartographic marvel on a giant scale, mapping Chiswick’s evolution from empty fields to grids of streets will be unveiled soon. Tim Harrison meets the project’s visionaries.

13th June 2017 – Chiswick Calendar. Sir Peter Blake on his new montage of the Chiswick Empire theatre. Crowd of hundreds watches as Sir Peter pulls out the winning ticket.

21st May 2017 – Evening Standard Chiswick residents raise £100k to transform ‘ugly’ railway bridge with mural documenting area’s history. “The area is truly truly ugly.”… “the group had been touched by the way the community had got behind the project.” “I think it is because this is something we are doing ourselves, within the community, as opposed to it being done to us.”

15th May 2017 – Daily Telegraph Name 55 of these stars to win a collage print by Sergeant Pepper pop art legend Peter Blake. “Now, 50 years since the album was released, the pop artist who designed it has a new challenge for music fans.”

4th May 2017 – Chiswick Herald Peter Blake Celebrates the Empire Theatre Chiswick in New Collage

2nd May 2017 – Chiswick Buzz The Time is Now for the Chiswick Timeline. Interview with Karen & Sarah

30th March 2017 – Chiswick W4

29th March 2017 – Chiswick Herald

23rd January 2017 – The Chiswick Calendar

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2017-2018

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2016

Chiswick Calendar films Abundance London Apple Day

Chiswick Herald: Abundance London Apple Day

Guerilla-gardening on chiswickw4.com: Abundance of Flowers Give Fresh Look to High Road

2015

chiswickw4 on Abundance Fruit Day

2013 – The Herbal High Road

Abundance Fruit Day

Summer with a delightfully barmy army: “The Edible High Roads event throughout the Fringe, with 22 fruit trees down the Salusbury Road in Queens Park, 30 lining Askew Road, Hammersmith, and 50 gracing Forest Hill. Chiswick will have a mile-long nectar garden of 60 herbal planters along its three main shopping streets, organised by Abundnace London, who will be throwing a street party on Saturday with promises of herbal bread-kneading, willow weaving and fragrant gin gardens. evening-standard-15-05-13

The antithesis of the RHS extravaganza; “A mile of mini herb gardens wends its way past Chiswick’s shops, each in an apple crate adapted and planted by volunteers, with lavender and rosemary bushes nuzzling willow obelisks of borlotti beans, sweet peas and climbing nasturtiums.” guardian-weekend-18-may-2013

Pick of the Crop, Sarah Cruz gives the low-down on the fruits of her labour. absolutely-chiswick-may-2013

The Chiswick Resident. “From my first meeting with Karen Liebreich in Chiswick House’s kitchen gardens over a decade ago, I stumbled on the notion that if I spent enough time digging, planting and generally doing what she told me to do then some of her gardening genius would rub off on me…” “Local shops would sponsor a fruit tree to be placed in front of the shop, creating a river of trees… Receiving a warm welcome locally, it was billed as one of the stand out successes of the festival.”  chiswick-resident-may-2013

QVC at the Chelsea Fringe. The Edible High Road from 1:30 onwards

2012 – The Edible High Road & general press

Sharing the Harvest, Which magazine, October 2012 which-magazine-oct-2012

Time Out Best Foraging Groups 2012

 

RHS Garden June 2012

2011

Woman and Home Oct 2011

Wall Street Journal 2010