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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

De Frene Summer Festival 2017

21 June 2017 Posted In

Come to our Community Market Garden Summer Festival 2017. An afternoon of fun in the sun for all! Last year we had our first full…

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The Sow & Grow Project, for people with dementia, formally commissioned in 2013

Achievements are wide-ranging and significant

14 June 2017 Posted In

An exciting look at our achievements and challenges, as found through the 2016-17 Annual Evaluation. This year’s evaluation confirms that the level of mental distress…

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Celebrating 15 years

15 years of a growing community

08 June 2017 Posted In ,

15 years of a growing community   The early days The meeting was very well attended – around 40 people if I remember correctly. The…

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