What we do

We aim to bring people of all ages and abilities together, to enjoy the benefits of community gardening and strengthen our connection with the natural world.

Our activities include:

  • Community gardening, forest gardening and permaculture in practice.
  • Community events, talks, walks and workshops focused on local resilience, bringing people together, discovering wildlife, and learning about food growing, gardening and low impact living.
  • Social, therapeutic horticulture and health/well-being projects for people with learning disabilities: Growing Ability, 
  • New Shoots – a six week project aimed at improving physical health and wellbeing and reducing social isolation in our community
  • Forest School activities for families and young adults