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The Triangle Garden is a community garden within a local park where people of all ages and abilities can come together and take part in creative land-based activities, such as growing food and flowers, tending plants, creating wildlife habitats and making permanent garden features.

We run community gardening activities open to all, once a month on weekends, and community events, workshops, walks and talks throughout the year. Our weekly Gardening Club actively gardens the Triangle Garden and we welcome new volunteers.

We welcome help from volunteers at any of our activities. Please contact us if you're interested.

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Upcoming Events

Sunday 28 August 2016
Saturday 17 September 2016
Sunday 25 September 2016

Our Projects

Growing Ability


Growing Ability is our social therapeutic horticulture project for adults with learning disabilities, focusing on the abilities and development needs of each individual.
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Growing Gang


The Growing Gang is a community-based work-experience scheme focused on gardening and work-life skills for adults with learning support needs. It provides gardening services to community spaces and individuals in need.
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Growing Health


Growing Health is a new project, launched in 2013, which helps adults with learning disabilities to support each other towards leading more active healthy lifestyles.
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News

Children recruited to help create Sunflower Spiral for Bee World

Thursday 23 June 2016

We're planning to create a little 'Bee World' of wildlfowers in Ransom's Rec meadow this autumn, but to start things off, we're conducting a little experiment with sunflowers ...

Nothing could dampen our spirits for Open Day this year!

Thursday 23 June 2016

If you missed our recent Open Day here is a short film that sums up the fun, made by one of our Garden Club volunteers Alan Hodgson:

Mini-beast Adventures at the Triangle Garden

Monday 16 May 2016

A large group of parents and children enjoyed a morning exploring the Triangle Community Garden; unearthing mini beasts and creepy crawlies in the garden itself and using sweep