Within the top 20% of most deprived areas in the country, there is very little green, open space locally with many residents in blocks of flats with no gardens with resulting isolation. The Project is bringing our community together and providing a beautiful, safe, open space for skill sharing and gardening on a fully accessible site with wheelchair access, raised planting beds, benches and seating, fruit trees and other food producing and bee attracting plants, a natural play area for children, and a water feature incorporating a rainwater collection. We have provided an open space in which local people can come together and relax or share skills within a safe and pleasant environment. We have a packed events programme every year - all free entrance and volunteering opportunities on Thursday and Sunday afternoons supervised by our part time gardener. Please see website for dates. All welcome, experience not essential.
Parks / Urban Greenspace
Wildlife / Community gardening
|Recent Achievements:||We have been lucky with lottery funding and funding from a variety of other more local sources and have expanded our work to reach out to refugees in Norwich and families with young children.|