King Henry's walk garden with azobe railway sleepers

A few piccies for you.....
I will never use fully seasoned Azobe again!!!!!!! Far too heavy and difficult to cut!!
Richard Jedrzejczak
BTCV Biodiversity Action Team South Project Officer
"Inspiring people, Improving places". BTCV is the UK's largest practical conservation organisation, supporting the work of over 130,000 volunteers every year in the rural and urban environment.

King Henry's Walk Garden is a new green space in the Mildmay ward of Islington, created by the local community, for the local community. Run by volunteers, with support from Islington Council, the garden contains growing plots for cultivation by local residents, where the use of organic gardening methods will help to promote a diversity of plants and wildlife. Says..

A massive accomplishment, involving the strenuous moving and painful cutting of hundreds of the world's heaviest and hardest railway sleepers. A fantastic achievement, and a great design.