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} Social & therapeutic gardens
} Gardening for people with disabilities
} Gardening for rehabilitation
  } Gardening for children and young people
} Volunteering opportunities & co-operative
 
Gardening for people with disabilities    
The benefits of an active involvement and interest in gardening, on any scale, include:
  • Better physical health through exercise, strengthening muscles and increasing
    mobility and dexterity;
  • Improved mental health through a sense of purpose, achievement and responsibility;
  • Having fun and feeling good through
    social interaction;
  • Acquiring new skills;
  • Enjoying the peace and tranquillity of
    being outside;
  • Satisfaction of growing your own fresh
    produce to eat.

 

 

     
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