Thrive runs garden and park projects nationally. We have gardens in Beech Hill near Reading, Berkshire, and also in Battersea Park, London. Additionally we are redeveloping park areas in Kings Heath Park, Birmingham and Saltwell Park, Gateshead, as part of a programme for recovery and rehabilitation of ex-forces personnel. For details of this Royal British Legion supported project, click here
| Trunkwell Gardens, Berkshire
|| Battersea, London
|| Midlands & North East
For more information about Thrive's garden projects, please call the project directly.
Most Thrive gardeners are referred by Social Services or come to us through a professional such as their GP. We also welcome people who come to Thrive independently.
In the the community we visit stroke groups in the South East and bring people together to garden inside village halls and libraries in. Find out more about this project here.
Thrive holds the database of around 900 garden projects in the UK and we can put you in touch with a one in your local area.
There are many different types of garden project but they all use a garden setting and activities to benefit people’s lives. Projects are located on allotments, in community gardens or at nurseries, hospitals and even prisons. The services and support offered varies according to the setting and needs of the disabled people attending the project.
Contact our information service for details on garden projects across the UK. Email us here or phone 0118 988 5688.