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The Lambeth GP Food Co-op is an inclusive and open project for people registered with any one of the 45 GP practices in Lambeth.
If you would like to get involved in the gardening activity, make contact with your GP or the Practice Manager at the GP practice you’re registered with.
You may also turn up at any of the gardening sessions – details are available by clicking on the relevant practice in the Our GP garden communities section of this website.
Additionally, your GP may prescribe you to the gardening.
You can attend a weekly 2-hour session, normally in the middle of the day, that is supervised, often by a health professional such as a practice nurse, who will be experienced gardeners themselves.
"What I like about the gardening group is meeting people and they’re very friendly and easy-going and there’s not pressure."
Mary Coyne, Lambeth Walk Surgery Gardens
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We need your money to help us to continue our work in 2018.
Please help us keep the Lambeth GP Food Co-op alive and thriving and enable us to build on the hard work, dedication and commitment of patients, volunteers, surgery staff and doctors and nurses.
You can donate with a card or Paypal. All donations large or small will be gratefully accepted.
Every penny we receive will be spent on the work of the Lambeth GP Food Co-op, which is a non profit organisation.
61 Crown Dale, Upper Norwood, SE19 3NY
To be confirmed
Dr Nico Scaravilli or Sheila Ryan, Practice Manager on 0208 761 6259
115 Norwood Road, SE24 9AE
Grantham Road, Stockwell, London SW9 9DL
Wednesdays 10.00am – 12.00pm
Luz Franco or talk to the practice manager.
99 Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 9ES
Garden at Jennie Lee House, King's College Hospital, de Crespigny Road, London SE5 8AD
Carine Ndive on 0207 274 4507 or Dr David Wickstead
72 Clarence Avenue, Clapham, SW4 8JP
Rebecca Macnair or talk to the Practice Manager
2-8 Gracefield Gardens, SW16 2ST
Inside main foyer
Tuesdays 10am to 11am
Grantham Road, Stockwell, London SW9 9DL
Dr Mohah Sharaf on 0207 733 6191
Jennie Lee Garden, De Crespigny Park Road, SE5 9RS
Wednesdays 10.30am – 12.30pm
Carine Ndive on 0207 274 4507 or email@example.com
5 Lambeth Walk, London, SE11 6SP
Tuesdays 14.00am – 16.00pm
Email Dr Rajiv Mitra at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tweets by @GPFoodCoop
Dr Michael Hooper is a South London GP and a vegan. He will be giving the first in a series of talks at Katakata organised in partnership with Lambeth GP Food Coop and Brixton Hill Surgery.
12-1pm Saturday 1st December at Katakata, 132a Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1RS
Please Note: we will be also holding stalls in December to sell the recipe book.
My Name is Carine Ndive and I am a receptionist at The Corner Surgery in Coldharbour Lane and the link person for the Lambeth GP Food Co-op, which has been fun, interesting and a profound learning experience for me. You can read about my experiences here.
Here Robbie Puddick, talks about our special affiliation with ICS Health and Wellbeing, providers of the NHS National Diabetes Prevention Programme.
Posted at 11:42 on 10/09/2018
The next Lambeth GP Food Co-op market stall will be held on Thursday 27 September 2018 at Kings College Hospital. We will be in the Wellbeing staff restaurant between 12-2pm.
Thanks to Medirest and the patients (people who are members of the Food Coop) and the Corner Surgery staff who run the stall.
Posted at 13:45 on 04/12/2017
Monthly Produce Stall at King’s College Hospital, Thursday 26th October from 12 – 2pm at the Wellspring Restaurant, Hambleden Wing, King’s College Hospital.
In partnership with Medirest, the Lambeth GP Food Co-op run a stall on the last Thursday of each month at King’s College Hospital to sell the produce grown by patients at our food growing sites.
Posted at 17:56 on 04/10/2017
Next event: On Thursday 5 October we will be holding our annual general meeting. With advance notice, anyone with an interest in the Lambeth GP Food Coop is welcome to attend. Email email@example.com for more information.
In other news: Autumn is here and the last harvest has taken place but there's still a lot growing in the gardens. The leeks, parsnips, brussell sprouts etc are flourishing at the Lambeth Walk Practice.
Posted at 16:56 on 04/10/2017
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