The Chill Zone
(located near The Range entrance)
Making the most of summer, The Chill Zone is full of fun activities including table tennis and Wallball. Why not relax on our deck chairs and catch some rays? Open to all, it’s the perfect place to find your summer holiday mood.
The Plant Pavilion
(located near Tesco entrance)
Find your summer zen in our plant-filled, nature-inspired marquee space and relax with friends. Book your free plant, yoga or creative art workshops on the link below and immerse yourself in summer. Plus DJs every Friday from 4-8pm and live music on Saturdays 12-8pm and Sundays 12-5pm.
Love plants? In these workshops we’ll be creating plantscapes and terrariums with exotic plants and natural materials. You’ll discover the pleasure in creating your own unique mini world by choosing the plants, pebbles, mosses, and natural features such as bark, sand and stones. You could even bring your own small found natural elements from the local woodland. All tools will be provided, you’ll learn everything you need to know, and be given take home care instructions. There will be time to chat while you create so why not invite a friend and enjoy a drink?
Local artist Rod Kitson will be running brilliantly inspiring weekly art classes for all ages in The Plant Pavilion. From drawing portraits in different media for adults (who can also enjoy a drink while they draw/paint/sketch) to specially devised art projects for children (superheroes, animals and crafting), this is the perfect way to enjoy some creative fun this summer in London.
Local retreat The Lodge will be hosting free Yoga and Pilates sessions every weekend.
Come and join us at any of the following times:
Meet our workshop creatives at The Plant Pavilion
Art with Rod
Rod Kitson is an artist living and working in London. His work focuses on the act of making the art rather than aiming for perfect outcomes. In 2020, he hosted three hugely successful art projects at his pop-up gallery-shop and has created Classes of 2020 and 2021 showing group exhibitions at Surrey Quays shopping centre.
Will grew up in the Lake District, northern England, surrounded by fields, sheep and cows. He became a secondary school teacher for 15 years before looking for a new direction. During and after lockdown, Will started creating terrariums, living balcony screens and plantscapes. He set up a market stall and began trading with his new brand: plant&person. He is currently based at Canada Water Food Market on Sundays.