Gardening and social and therapeutic horticulture - Thrive Trunkwell Beech Hill, Reading
Client services now closed until the 22nd February - we will continue to review the situation and advice further before then (pending the government review on the lockdown provisions scheduled on 15 February)
Thrive is a small national charity, founded in 1978, that uses gardening to change the lives of disabled people.
Thrive uses gardening to help people regain confidence, build self esteem and motivation, feel better physically and mentally and create new social networks.
The majority of therapeutic work takes place in our gardens.
Gardening can help individuals accomplish many things. It can help rebuild a person’s strength after an accident or illness, and can provide a purposeful activity for someone coping with a difficult period in their life.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Thrive Trunkwell Garden Project
- RG7 2AT
The Thrive team give garden talks and have Open Days allowing the public to visit their gardens. Offering qualifications and a range of training and workshops focused on social and therapeutic horticulture.
Time / Date Details
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- Age Ranges
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