This fortnightly email is designed to make gardening accessible and enjoyable for everyone, with easy to follow, simple step-by-step instructions and pictures that will guide you through any gardening activity, even if it’s your first time picking up a fork, spade or trowel!
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Keeping active, spending time in a garden and nature are all proven to have positive effects on physical and mental wellbeing and can help to reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness.
At Thrive, we understand how gardening can bring about profound positive change and can help people and those they care for through periods of difficulty.
Gardening can help you get back on top of things and restore balance, it can make you feel happier, more confident and healthier - age, ill-health or disability should not be barriers to your enjoyment.
Using our 40 years of experience, we will provide you with the support you need to enjoy the benefits of spending time gardening and in nature.
Gardening promotes healthy living, self-esteem and confidence and can inspire children and young people to be creative by capturing their interest with the different colours, smells and tastes the garden, and flower, fruit & veg growing, has to offer. Thrive’s Gardening Club offers lots of activities to keep you all busy, entertained and healthy.
We very much look forward to sharing our knowledge and tips to support you and your families, and we hope that you will share your experiences with us and other members of the Gardening Club.