There’s more than just common sense to support our work! Social and therapeutic horticulture is an established intervention with proven health and wellbeing benefits. Read more about the evidence supporting our work here.
Don’t know how to start? You don’t need to be an expert in gardening so don’t worry! We can provide resources, practical tools hints and tips to help you start your own social and therapeutic gardening activity group. Read on.
Resources for volunteers
Community volunteers are central to the success of our work. They can provide vital experience, an extra pair of hands and contribute to a fun and sociable atmosphere. Our key volunteer resources for use by our own volunteers or organisations wishing to support their own volunteers can be found here.