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There are various ways you can keep up to date on what’s going on in Thrive’s world and developments in social therapeutic horticulture

There are various ways you can keep up to date on what’s going on in Thrive’s world and developments in social therapeutic and horticulture:

Monthly e-news for supporters

Signing up for our free monthly e-news is a great way of hearing about Thrive’s activities. Once you’ve signed up you’ll receive an email confirmation which you need to click on to activate. To receive Thrive e-news click here.

Gardening Club

We're launching a new free resource to help people keep well by gardening. Gardening Club will offer bi-weekly tips to get the most out of your own garden or space.

It’ll include activities for children, tips to help you garden if you have a disability or long-term health condition, and plenty of information about how gardening can keep you healthy and feeling well.

And if you don’t have you own garden to enjoy, we’ll show you ways you can still access the benefits of connecting with nature.

Sign up for Gardening Club today!

Thrive News

This newsletter mailed out every spring and autumn to our supporters. It features news, events and competitions for the coming year. See the latest version here.

Please contact fundraising@thrive.org.uk if you would like to go on our mailing list.

Training and education e-news

To hear about our training news – including our courses, discounts, bursaries and sector news – then sign up here for our bi-monthly email.

Our online publication, Growth Point, is a quarterly, members-only publication devoted to social and therapeutic horticulture.

It includes:

  • the latest STH news and research
  • professional development
  • project profiles
  • opinion pieces and articles in the field of STH, health and wellbeing

You can receive Growth Point and other membership benefits for just £25 a year. Find out more here.

Every year we print our Annual Impact Report. The latest version can be found here.

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