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We help local people within the community to access our health and well-being activities. These activities include learning how to grow your own food, how to cook the food that is grown. The horticulture sessions that we provide are across all generations, so we work with nurseries, schools and older people, such as residential care homes and groups such as AgeUK. We also provide Forest School activities to local primary school children. We have launched a Working in Wood group which is attended by a mix of gender, the group is a social activity that helps to reduce social isolation.
Through the growing and sharing of food this project will bring people together. Growing food and sharing food is a great way to break down barriers and to creating connected communities.