Mon-Sat: 8.00-10.30, Sun: 8.00-4.00

Our activiteS

COVID-19


Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic and current Government Guidelines, we are unable to offer the groups in the same way that we used to. We are currently running some of our activites in a limited capacity. To find out more, please contact us.

Home School


 Check back here soon for more details!

Garden Club


 This is a free group open to all abilities and skills, with a chance to meet new people and gain new skills. Try a range of gardening activities with support and guidance from the Windmill Community Gardens Team.

Every Tuesday drop-in any time between 10am and 4pm during the summer months and 10am until dusk during the winter months.

Cabbage Patch


Under 5s Parent/Carer and Toddler group is all about having outdoor fun and discovering the wonders of wildlife. There is a different activity planned every week including den making, pond dipping, food growing, cooking and tasting fresh produce.

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, and following the latest government guidance we are not currently running this group. We will let people know when we are able to open this group again.

 

Wellbeing


The wellbeing group caters for people with wellbeing needs and offers the opportunity to try a range of supported gardening activities, crafts, cooking,

managing and maintaining plants and vegetables.

Placements are made by referral by GP or support worker.

Every Friday at our Windmill Community Garden site between 10 and 2pm.

 

Work Experience and Volunteering


Volunteers are one of the biggest assets of the project with far reaching impact, they help to maintain and develop the gardens, generate income, deliver events and we also have volunteers that help with the packing and delivering of veg bags. We welcome new volunteers to join our well established team of volunteers, we will help you to develop your skills and enjoy your time as a volunteer. 


Work placement and work experience programmes are available for school students, young people and adults. The programme is a great way to develop your skills, build your experience and confidence. Supported activities include harvesting and growing, customer service and garden outdoor maintenance.


If you're interested in any of these activities, or you'd just like to come to the site for a visit, get in touch.