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Category Archives: Green Wall Project
Earlier this month King’s Cross Community Projects completed a consultation process to see what people thought of the living sculpture/greenwall project they are running. They’ve written up everything that happened during the consultation process, including all the feedback they received, and the resulting report … Continue reading
Local charitable trust, Kings Cross Community Projects, ran two consultation events earlier this week seeking feedback on the proposed design for their living sculpture (aka vertical garden) to be installed on Wharfdale Road this summer. They’d like to thank everyone … Continue reading
King’s Cross Community Projects invites you to The living sculpture open events 3pm to 5pm Sunday 29 January and 5pm to 7pm Monday 30 January at The Central Station bar Corner of Wharfdale Road and Balfe Street We hope to install … Continue reading
E C Harris, whose HQ building is at 34 York Way, aims to generate value for the community. And by actively supporting Help for Heroes, the London Wildlife Trust and King’s Cross Community Projects they are certainly putting this into … Continue reading
King’s Cross Community Projects has just posted the latest news about the greening project they are running on the King’s Cross gyratory here!
Very excited today. Kings Cross Community Projects’ greenwall (now called the living sculpture) project has been mentioned in the FT and it doesn’t even physically exist yet! Our locally based sculptor, the rather fab Neil Ayling is exhibiting in his … Continue reading
King's Cross Community Projects may have found the perfect partner… Read on for more: Yesterday I want dancing with Neil Ayling and today things look different. Locally based artist Neil’s first solo exhibition at the Eb & Flow gallery in … Continue reading