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Communigrow Wednesday Wellness

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Communigrow Field

Park Farm


ME20 6PE

United Kingdom

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Enjoy the benefits of gardening while sharing and learning about growing food and flowers

About this event

Would you like to meet new people, learn something new, be more active, get in touch with nature and improve your wellbeing?

Come & join our Wednesday Wellness Group from 1.30pm - 3.30pm.

We offer activities suitable for all abilities based on the benefits of garden therapy and connecting with nature. This is a course of 5 sessions open to people over 55 and younger people with underlying health conditions.

Good to know:

• Sessions will start at 1.30pm so please arrive 10 minutes before (1:20pm) .

• Booking is essential.

• Compost toilet and hand washing facilities available on site (no disabled toilet).

• Plants and vegetables will be available for sale (season dependent).

• Free parking is available.

COVID-19 Recommendations:

• Please read our COVID -19 Strategy here

• Government Guidelines and Regulations will be observed to comply with Social Distancing

• If after booking a ticket you (or a member of your household) are feeling unwell or are within a period of self isolation we kindly request not to attend the session.

If you have any questions please email us:

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Organiser Communigrow

Organiser of Communigrow Wednesday Wellness

We are an educational and horticultural charity based in East Malling/Ditton, Kent, providing field sessions (growing and outdoor classroom) for schools and groups on our 2.4-acre field for the local community.

We are focused on reconnecting people to freshly grown food, the outdoor environment it comes from and the soil it grows in. We want to teach people from all walks of life – rich or poor, young or old – about how to grow their own food and reconnect with nature. Learning, teaching, caring and sharing are the core aspects of the Communigrow project. We care about ethical food production, land and nature conservation and personal and collective well-being.

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