Tool Donation from Flymo

This week we have received a generous donation of new tools from Flymo. They have given us two long handled fruit pickers, three shears and two loppers. We really appreciate this support from a great north east company!

Flymo has been established since 1964 and is still situated in its original factory in County Durham. Since inventing the original hover lawnmower, Flymo have continued to be at the forefront of innovations within the garden care industry, making them one of the most trusted gardening brands today. 

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Flymo Tool Donation

This week we have received a generous donation of new tools from Flymo. They have given us two long handled fruit pickers, three shears and two loppers. We really appreciate this support from a great north east company!

Flymo has been established since 1964 and is still situated in its original factory in County Durham. Since inventing the original hover lawnmower, Flymo have continued to be at the forefront of innovations within the garden care industry, making them one of the most trusted gardening brands today. 

 

 

Music Garden - in partnership with ARTS CONNECT

Music Garden, a family friendly inclusive project, runs on alternative weeks to it's sister project Art Garden

Come along and explore the Garden and join with others to make nature inspired music using a wide range of instruments and things we find around the Garden. This is a very relaxed session, and our activities are especially designed to meet the needs of young people with disabilities and their friends and families. Alternatively, if you're not in the mood to make music, you can simply enjoy exploring the Garden! 

Every other Saturday 1.30pm - 3pm, see the calendar for details. 

Children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information or to register your child please contact Keith from Arts Connect on 07981149646 or Nicky at SNCG on 0191 2004706 or nickyThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Growing Together

Our new project provides gardening training, work experience and support for people looking to get back in to work, and therapeutic gardening sessions for people with mental health issues. 

Our garden officers, Sean and Leanne, run weekly sessions in the garden providing training and work experience in horticulture and gardening, with tailored individual support to help people develop and progress on to paid employment. Alongside these session we also provide therapeutic activities focused on helping people improve their mental health. The friendly, informal setting of the garden provides a safe and supportive environment where people can grow and flourish! Sessions run on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  This project is supported by Lloyds Bank Foundation and European Structural and Investment Funds.

If you are interested in finding out more or want to start volunteering at the garden please contact our Garden Officer Sean: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or ring 0191 200 4706.

 

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Growing Skills Project

Free gardening training for 18 - 24 year olds

free propogation skills, training and Entry level Horticulture courses.

  1. Popogate plants to create a local plant nursery for pollinators
  2. Work and train outside in an informal setting
  3. Make new friends
  4. gain employable skills and an NOCN qualification
  5. Reference for future job applications.

For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sessions run every week.