Our Community Gardening Club for the public runs on a Friday from 11-3, you can however book sessions to work with the garden co-ordinator in the garden on a 1-1 basis or in small groups at a time that suits you. Using the principles of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture, you will learn organic horticulture techniques and help us to keep the garden thriving for the local community. 

Learn organic gardening techniques using permaculture, companion planting, and help plan seasonal planting of the patio area, flower beds, vegetable beds and wildlife areas for pollinators, birds and other local wildlife (such as visiting squirrels), meet the local community and volunteers. At harvest time there are lots of fruit and vegetables to harvest, and learn how to look after a small orchard. Help us to keep the garden looking neat and tidy throughout the seasons, and plan for future projects. Attending gardening club is a great way to decide if you would like to become a fully fledged member of the garden.