November 2020 – We have cancelled all sessions that aren’t support groups.
If you’d like to join our mailing list to be kept informed please email
firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what your interest is (children’s activities, health and wellbeing, gardening etc) or like us on
Our regular volunteer gardening session has had to change format during the pandemic, now being a bookable session with limited numbers. We’ve turned this into more of a working party, so if you’re interested in helping us do the works and maintenance required
to take the garden into the next more active phase of development, please get in touch at
We are a not for profit community organisation based in the walled garden at Sudley Estate. We’re developing the garden into a resource for community health and wellbeing through nature and the healing power of plants. We run targeted activities for people
with disabilities and long term health conditions, forest school holiday clubs for children, and community events and activities.
What we do
- Therapeutic Gardening
- Forest School and Nature Play
- Nature Therapy
- Outdoor Mind Body Practice (Tai Chi, Yoga etc)
- Community events and activities
- Volunteer gardening and land work
If you’d like to join our mailing list to hear about what’s happening in the garden, please email
Autumn Herbal workshops
With our Resident Medical Herbalist Sue Sprung from Herbs for Healing.
- Fri 16 Oct 2020 1.30-3pm Wonderful Weeds for Adults (there is another slot for children available)
Email email@example.com as soon as possible to book your free place
Herbal medicine is the practice of using plants and whole plant extracts to support healthy functioning of the body to aid and restore good health. As a holistic therapy, it is about treating ‘the person’, not ‘the illness’ and as such offers individual
support, typically through the use of several plant extracts, to address the particular aspects of body function that are out of balance.
In these sessions we’ll look at the many uses of common herbs and plants we find around us in parks and gardens. So many plants are often overlooked or considered weeds yet have the ability to help improve our health and wellbeing. We will embrace the humble
weed and look at the healing properties of many everyday plants that are easy to identify and cost nothing to pick.
All workshops will be safely managed and run in an outdoor space where social distancing and good hygiene will be observed. All materials and equipment will be provided and will not be shared. We are limiting spaces so although workshops are free, you must
register to confirm your place.
Helping Ourselves – the gateway to health and wellbeing
- Are you living with chronic illness and want a new perspective on your health?
- Are you looking for change, and how to move on in your life?
- Are you a carer who needs support?
- Or economically inactive and need a helping hand to get back into the job market?
Here’s a fantastic opportunity from one of the lovely therapists we’re proud to work with in the walled garden. Free and specialised support tailored to your needs and aimed at empowering you to improve your health and wellbeing. Please share with anyone
you think might be able to benefit from this brilliant offer.
For further information contact Kate firstname.lastname@example.org. See Community Acupuncture flyer at the bottom of this page.
- How can I access this service?
- Please check our website for details of what’s on, or email us to join the mailing list. We don’t have an office and will only be in the garden when activities are running
- When is this activity on?
- See website for details
- How much will it cost me?
- Free or small charge
- Social media
- What groups of people is this for?
- The general public
- What age groups is this for?
- Any age
- What areas of the city is this for?
- People from anywhere in the city
- All Enquiries