A botanical garden, a distillery and a farmer’s market are just a few of the projects on the horizon for Botany Bay, a farm and botanical estate located in the middle of the village of Chorley in south London.
Botany Bay is set to become a hub for a new generation of farmers, who will grow crops and sell them in the new community, the Botany Gardens, which are due to open to the public in the coming weeks.
Botanic Gardens, a hub and community garden in BotanyBay, south London, is set for a public opening to the community later this year.
Botanica Bay Farm, which opened in May 2018, is a 100-acre estate located on the banks of the River Thames in Chorleys Farm area.
The farm’s founder, Paul, said he wanted the garden to be a hub of local farming and botany, and it’s the start of a new chapter for Botanic Bay.
“This is the beginning of a great journey, but it’s also the beginning.
It’s a really big, ambitious project,” Paul told Business Insider.
Botanical Gardens are a community garden that is set in a community park that offers a wide variety of outdoor activities.
The garden’s main focus is on biodiversity, which Paul said is something that is a key element to the whole project.
“We want the community to be involved in the process of biodiversity conservation,” he said.
“It’s important for the environment to be preserved.”
Botanic Bay Farm is set up in the centre of Chorus Farm, in the Chorles, south of London.
The land is owned by the Chorus Farms and Botanic Gardens Trust, which also owns the Choroshe Estate.
Paul said Botanic Garden was initially started as a small farm but now has a large community of farmers and is part of a wider community effort to make the farming economy more sustainable.
“The farm is being a community hub, but we want to see the whole farm as a farm, because it’s just that,” he explained.
“When we started, we wanted to be farming and producing our own food.
We just wanted to have a good time.
We’re really happy to have the community in there to make sure we’re producing what we want.”
Botany Gardens’ plan is to expand to the rest of the Thames Valley and into the countryside, where the local population will support it, and then expand to create a new community.
“Our aim is to create an ecosystem that’s better for everyone, and I think that’s really important,” Paul said.
Botanic Garden has already been featured in a series of films, including one by the British Museum and another by the National Trust for Historic Environment.
Paul, who has been working with the Chorshe Estate Trust to establish the community, said the trust had been very supportive of his vision and had been extremely supportive of the Botanic gardens and the gardens at Choroshes Farm.
“They’ve been really encouraging, and they’ve been very good to work with, and that was important,” he added.
“What I’m really looking forward to is how it all goes down.”
“They’re working really hard to get this garden up and running.
They’ve been great to work and they’re very supportive.”
Botany Garden Farm will be home to a range of activities, including a farmers’ market, and is expected to grow the local farming community, which has already seen the introduction of a farm to serve as a community centre.
“I think we’re doing a great job,” Paul explained.
“I think it’s a great start, and the local community will be very excited about it.”