Following the success and community involvement of Edible Askew Road in May, Hammersmith Community Gardens Association (HCGA) invites shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, schools and businesses and local residents in the

Askew Road area to celebrate the season of goodwill.

EVENTS 12th DECEMBER 2013 - 6th JANUARY 2014

Jolly up Askew Road and join the festive cheer with wreath-making workshops in Askew Road Library, carol singing, mince pies and a joyous Christmas lights “Switch on” on Starch Green on 12th

December, generously sponsored by Finlay Brewer and W6 Garden Centre. And to get the New Year off to a promising start we will also host an event to culminate the Twelve Days of Christmas on Twelfth Night (evening of 6th January 2014)


Launch event on 12th December 4pm-6pm at Starch Green possibly featuring a local celebrity, two turtle doves, three French hens and ten lords a leaping…

Wreath making workshops will be held at Ravenscourt Glasshouses on the 7th December and at Askew Road Library on 14th and 19th December.

Christmas trail featuring the Twelve Days of Christmas along the Askew Road featuring sponsored wreaths that will be displayed by local businesses


Build on the friendly sense of community of Askew Road, a road featuring mainly independent shops and bring people together.

In addition, your time and involvement in this community event is what will make the difference.

If you have any ideas please get in touch. One suggestion is to produce a recipe leaflet featuring items mentioned in the Twelve Days of Christmas song. Perhaps restaurants and cafes could provide some free beverages for carol singers and launch participants


If you would like more information or have any suggestions for the launch event please contact us at

Download Christmas Invitation to Businesses

Download Christmas event info Community Groups and Schools

Sponsored by:


Finlay Brewer Logo hi res W6-logo EAGLE_CREST


On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me

Twelve drummers drumming, Eleven pipers piping,

Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing, Eight maids a-milking,

Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

And a partridge in a pear tree!



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