The Boundary Way Brochure shares the journey of the allotment from creation in post-war Britain to 2018, and takes an in-depth look at the work of Boundary Way Project up to this point. The brochure reflects the community, creativity and rich history of Boundary Way Allotments & Community Garden.
The work of individuals and groups from Boundary Way has been highlighted in a number of online and print publications, including Wolverhampton Magazine and on the website of national creative climate action charity, Julie’s Bicycle.
A series of films exploring stories, sense of place and what Boundary Way means to plot holders and site users. Created by Geoff Broadway in 2018 with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, and Graham Everitt in 2021 with support from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage.
A Sense of Place
Celebrating Inspiration at Boundary Way
A photographic record of historical and modern-day images taken of and at Boundary Way, representing the community and development of the site.
View over to the current site of Community Garden
Photograph taken from the Warstone's Estate c.1950-60. From the collection of Derek Thom.
Children at the Allotment
c.1950/1960 The allotment has always been a place of wonder for children. From the collection of Derek Thom.
Boundary Way in the 1950s
Derek Thom's family at the allotment c.1950. From the collection of Derek Thom.
Boundary Way pre-Community Garden
A view from the top track of Boundary Way over towards Shropshire. You can see the original polytunnel and the larger shed.
Boundary Way in 1950
The view over Boundary Way towards the Warstones Estate c.1950. From the collection of Derek Thom.
Boundary Way before the Community Garden was created
Open Boundary Way without the now mature Community Garden, looking over to the old Highfields School building.
Derek's Father on the Allotment
Plot holding has always been a family tradition. From the collection of Derek Thom.
Diarmuid Gavin Filming at Boundary Way
Garden Designer Diarmuid Gavin came to film for a week on the allotment in the early 2000s
Boundary Way in the 1960s
Circle Cars at Boundary Way in the 1960s. From the collection of Derek Thom.
Portraits by photographer Geoff Broadway capturing plot holders and valuable members of the Boundary Way community.
Boundary Way Project - RESET 2022 Brochure
The Boundary Way Project RESET 2022 brochure illustrates some of the projects and activities that have been developed by Boundary Way Project between 2019 and 2022. Find out more about how the project has been exploring art and biodiversity at Boundary Way Allotments and Cmmunity Garden.