Gardening volunteers needed in your community
Our independent living schemes provide over 55s with a place to call home whilst also feeling like part of a community. One of the most important elements is the communal garden, offering a space to be in nature, which is proven to be wonderful for wellbeing.
These gardens require ongoing low-level maintenance and we're looking for enthusiastic gardeners and handy people who:
- can engage with our customers positively and putting their ideas into action
- Will get involved in making the gardens a lovely space to spend time in
- provide small DIY tasks such as painting sheds
- have an interest in gardening or a willingness to learn
Our one-off events will run throughout the summer, and being part of this worthwhile scheme will:
- make a real difference to the wellbeing of others
- give you the chance to meet new people every day
- help to increase self-confidence and improve self-esteem
If you have a flexible approach in terms of availability and the kinds of tasks you’d like to be involved in, then we want to hear from you. You’ll often work on your own with limited supervision.
We’re looking for volunteers to be available on any of the dates below from 10am-4pm.
Will Griffiths, Moss Side Thursday 22nd July
Westbrook Court, Gorton - Friday 23rd July
Rose Court, Levenshulme - Tuesday 27th July
North Road, Clayton - Friday 30th July
Thomas Regan, Gorton - Tuesday 3rd August
Patrick Roddy, Gorton - Friday 6th August
Winifred Massey, Ardwick - Thursday 12th August
Frank Hatton, Rusholme - Monday 16th August
To help make these gardens fantastic, contact us.
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