The Greengage Project

Greengage Community Allotment in Swanage is run by a group of volunteers and focuses on fruit and vegetable growing. The emphasis is to provide a relaxed and supportive atmosphere to encourage socialising and boost self-esteem.

Sessions run every Friday from 10am-3pm from March-December and are dementia friendly. You can come for as long as you like whether that be for a cuppa tea or the whole day - it really is up to you.

There is a toilet on site and no previous experience is necessary. Tea and coffee are provided.

If you would like to find out more please contact Katie Wilkinson or Nicki Brunt on 01202 692 033 or email kwilkinson@dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk.

Audience: Mental health, Dementia, Older people
Areas served: BH12 (Branksome, Alderney, Upper Parkstone, Newtown), BH13 (Canford Cliffs, Sandbanks, Branksome Park), BH14 (Lower Parkstone, Lilliput, Penn Hill), BH15 (Town centre, Hamworthy, Oakdale, Longfleet), BH16 (Upton, Turlin Moor, Lytchett Minster, Lytchett Matravers, Hamworthy), BH17 (Canford Heath, Creekmoor), BH18 (Broadstone), BH19 (Swanage), BH20 (Wareham, Bere Regis)
Keywords: Therapy, Horticulture/Gardening
  1. Name:
    Katie Wilkinson
    Address:
    Directions will be provided when you call
    Swanage
    Dorset
    United Kingdom
    Tel:
    01202 692033

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