Welcome to Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens

In the HEART of the Meadows

Established in 2001 Arkwright Meadows Community Garden is a thriving community project. The Gardens are a green oasis within walking distance of Nottingham City Centre.We are open to visitors throughout the week providing a place for relaxation and recreation.

We grow and sell organically grown fruit and vegetables, provide volunteering, education and training, deliver a wealth of community activities and offer meeting room hire

AMC Gardens is run by local people and provides the Meadows with a well loved resource which reflects and celebrates this vibrant and diverse community.

Regular Activities

Every Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-3pm Tandoor Oven

Every Thursday, 3.15 – 5pm AMC Kids Club Outdoor Play for 5-13 year olds

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday Volunteering 

Coming soon – cycling with Ridewise and Yoga

Special Events and Workshops

Lights in the Garden, Saturday 24 February at 18:00–20:00

To link with Light Night we will be opening AMC Gardens to illuminate the front of the gardens with lights around the trees and some warming soup and bread around the cob oven.


Willow Weaving – create your own woven willow hen, full day workshop with willow artist Emma Parkins


Community Spring Event Saturday May 26th 2018.


Community Summer Event Saturday July 14th 2018.


Fresh Organic Produce Available

We have a year-round supply of organically grown vegetables, fruit and herbs for sale. Produce is picked for you while you wait so what you’re buying is always totally fresh. We also have a shop area where you can buy plants.

Feel free to pop into the gardens whenever we’re open to see what we have available.

Subscribe for News and Events

Sign up to the AMC Gardens Newsletter for regular updates on what’s happening at the gardens.

Opening Times

Summer (1 April to 30 September)

Tuesday to Friday 12noon – 6pm

Saturday 10am – 4pm

Sunday, Monday and Bank holidays – Closed to public

Winter (1 October to 31 March)

Tuesday – Friday 12 noon – 4pm

Saturday 10am – 4pm

Sunday and Bank holidays – Closed to public

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