Community Garden & Allotments
Grow it, cook it, eat it or relax and unwind the choice is yours.
“Together 21 (which supports children with Down syndrome) and a local nursery school regularly use the garden as part of their learning and development projects.”
“The PCP garden is a vital tool in the health, wellbeing and personal development in everyone that uses it and with the help and support of local companies gives us a fantastic space that we can all use for a healthier and happier lifestyle.”
Our community garden is supported by a group of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers of all ages!
All equipment is provided and the gardeners get to take home what they grow.
Any surplus is used to supply the Kitchen Garden our onsite Coffee Shop or is sold to generate an income for new equipment/materials.
Volunteer at our allotments
We have a fantastic community garden at PCP and it takes all our volunteers hard work and dedication throughout the year (not just the nice weather) to ensure it kept well and producing all our fresh fruit and veg.
If you have an interest in gardening or would like to improve your green fingers then why not volunteer.
Our regular group of gardeners meet Monday’s and Wednesday’s 10.00 am to 12.00 noon, these sessions are free and no booking is required. You can discover the health benefits of gardening. Learn about and take part in flower and wildlife gardening and growing your own vegetables.
If you are interested in finding out more, want to volunteer or are a local organisation who wish to support our community garden and allotments, please book a visit.
“Social interaction is one of the most important benefits to everyone who uses our garden. We are blessed with having many areas of the garden where people can work together. We have a super shed which is a great workshop, a large greenhouse so that a group of people can work together, raised beds where people with and without disabilities can work together and seating areas provide a space for teaching horticulture while enjoying the nature around them.”
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