Get involved

Adults with learning difficulties are welcome along on our open access Wednesdays, please ensure you come along with enough support and we’ll get you gardening.  We also welcome along young people with learning difficulties as work experience volunteers.
Exciting news! This summer the award winning Golden Hill Community Garden is extending the work we do with community groups and we are running a pilot project to provide daycare provision for adults with learning difficulties. 

Planting seeds

The pilot for our Growing for Gold group will run on Thursdays 10:30-3:30 for 6 weeks starting 27th August.  We are inviting six participants to join us for six person centred days of gardening, harvesting, cooking, crafting, simple green working and seasonal activities in our beautiful communnity garden.  This pilot is supported by the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Wellbeing Fund and is available at just £60 for the whole 6 weeks.

Our gorgeous garden is the perfect place to get outdoors and learn about food growing, our site is wheelchair accessible including the compost toilet and cozy strawbale building.  We’ll have a staff to client ratio of 1:3 and provide a tasty lunch including pizzas cooked in our clay oven.
Please encourage the people you work with to get involved and spread the word to anyone who might know individuals who might want to apply to take part. I’ve attached the poster and it’d be great if you could circulate this round your networks.  For more information or to book on please get in touch.  Participants are also invited to come and visit the garden before they sign up.
Lucy MItchell
07506 905 394

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