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Garden

A group project based on the principles of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture. Garden aims to help people…

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Art & Craft

A social and therapeutic group project, using Art & Craft to help people with their recovery. Sydenham…

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Sow & Grow

A core project of Sydenham Garden. It aims to support people with early stages of dementia to…

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The Growing Lives Project, launched at De Frene in 2015

Growing Lives

The only core project based at the De Frene market garden site. The project runs weekly social,…

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See whats going on. Latest News

The Winter Fair 2018 and no rain!

29 November 2018 Posted In

A beautiful, and dry, festive event   On Saturday 24th November our Winter Fair 2018 provided many delights. Despite heavy rains over night the event…

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Co-worker Focus, Growing Lives Project

16 November 2018 Posted In

Growing Lives Co-worker John approached Sydenham Garden after he had lost his job and after a period of mental ill-health. John thought Growing Lives would…

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Co-worker Focus, Garden Project

16 November 2018 Posted In

Garden co-worker (beneficiary): I heard about Sydenham Garden through taking part in an IAPT (Improving Access To Psychological Therapies) group session at the Wynell Rd…

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