The Community Garden at the Pioneering Care Centre (PCC) is appealing for gardening and building materials to support the development of its space.
The Community Garden is used by the Pioneering Care Partnership’s (PCP) community groups, Together 21, that provides a wide range of fun learning activities to help children and young people aged 0 – 17 with Downs syndrome, and Options, a day service for adults with learning and physical disabilities.
With the Community Garden offering a range of educational and sensory activities, it is a great hub and place for people to come together and enjoy the wonderful space. There are numerous plants on show, herbs to smell and you can be at one with nature. Any donation will be warmly welcomed, in hopes to expand and develop this space.
David Cockburn, Trustee and Lead Community Garden Volunteer has suggested these items for what could be donated to the Community Garden:
Pre-loved and unwanted gardening tools
Protective gardening equipment
Building equipment such as:
Barking chips etc
The Community Garden currently has an accessible woodland garden underway, further supplies would support the development and future areas becoming accessible.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would be able to donate to arrange a drop off session.