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BBC Sunday Morning Live

I brought a few wonderful volunteers along to Sunday Morning Live at the BBC studios in London. We got to chat about May Project Gardens, hip-hop, gardening and pressing some homegrown apples. It was a great experience.


I was honoured to be a guest on the latest episode of Untelevised Podcast. We explored the idea of grassroots work; what it is, why people work that way etc. You can listen to this episode, and many more by clicking the link below.


In August 2020 I got to attend and speak at Medicine festival. It was a weekend focused on inspiration, empowerment and deep regeneration with our world. You can read more about it in the full article below


Recently, I’ve been sharing more about my journey with dyslexia – the strengths and struggles it has brought me. I share my full story in an interview with A2i Dyslexia.

Telegraph Article

Recently Tomé Morrissy-Swan from the Daily Telegraph paid a visit to our gardens. Watch the video to hear what he had to say about our work. Or read the full article by clicking the link below.


I was recently featured on an episode of the Prompted By Nature podcast. I spoke about biodiversity, creativity and safe spaces in urban settings. You can listen to the full episode below.

Blog Feature

May Project Gardens was recently featured in the Ethical Consumer blog. It discusses our fundraising campaign and the real social change we hope to see.


I was recently featured on the Migrant Ground Podcast, by HAVEN Coffee, a social enterprise serving fair trade, ethically sources coffees with a social mission of promoting refugee arts.

Radio Interview

On 30th January 2020 I joined Debbie Golt on the Outer Globe radio show on Resonance FM. Catch up through the link below. 


I was privileged to be featured in a Red Pepper article, talking about land justice and race. Check it out!


Have a read of this great article about May Project Gardens and Hip Hop Garden, published in ‘I am Hip-Hop’ Magazine.


I was recently featured in ‘Julie’s Bicycle’ blog. It’s a great way to learn more about May Project Gardens; the team, the projects, our goals & future plans. Read all about it.

Nature Weekend Review