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Gardener / Handy Person

We are looking for a friendly, hardworking and reliable Gardener / Handy Person to help us maintain and provide a safe, clean and tidy place for our community to use and enjoy.

We have a four-acre site which consists of a large community park, a multi-sport astro turf football pitch and 3 community buildings. 

You must have up to 2yrs experience in a Gardener/Handy person role and have some horticultural experience with good technical knowledge of plants, tools, horticultural processes and strong plant identification skills. You must be physically fit and have a ‘can do’ attitude.

You must be interested in the importance of maintaining urban public open spaces and parks for the local community.

To find out more about this role please download the job description.

How to apply:

Please provide us with a covering letter, using our essential criteria as a basis for this, no longer than two sides of A4 and your current CV to or call 020 7485 3386 for more information.

Closing date for applications: 31st July 2019

Date for interviews: Thursday 8th August 2019

We will only contact successful candidates that are shortlisted for interview.



Hardy Helpers required within our Community Park and Horticulture Hub

Do you love the outdoors, green spaces and gardening? If so, we could do with your help, no experience necessary:

We meet on Wednesdays from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. at Castlehaven Community Association, 23 Castlehaven Road, London, NW1 8RU

All sessions are led by fully trained staff. We'll provide training, tools and equipment. And there'll also be free tea, coffee and biscuits. 

All you'll need to do is: wear suitable outdoor footwear and clothing that you don't mind getting dirty.  And just turn up! 

Please call us on 020 7485 3386 or email Nichola Daunton at


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