Grow Well Garden Open Day & Re-design Launch

Grwo Well

Grow Well Garden Open Day & Re-design Launch
– Tuesday 11th June, 11am

You are warmly invited to our garden to celebrate the reveal of the new Grow Well garden at ACE – Action in Caerau and Ely. Ribbon cutting, garden tours and cake included!

Let us know you want to come! – please register:

The Dusty Forge Garden which has been redesigned over the Spring – this is a perfect opportunity to look around, chat to volunteers, and meet other local community members.

What’s new in the garden?
Aided by Grow Well community garden group participants, staff, and other partners, the garden has evolved, with improved accessibility, updated planting choices, food growing areas and increased habitat for nature. Want to know more? Come and speak to Grow Well staff – they’d love to chat with you about it on the day!

Who are Grow Cardiff
Set up by local people for local people in 2015, Grow Well aims to transform lives through community gardening using supported social prescribing to therapeutic community gardens for health and well-being, developing Edible Playgrounds & programmes for nurseries, primary & secondary schools, mentor and support community gardens, and providing training, workshops and consultancy.

Thanks to

  • Bute Park Nursery and Cardiff Local Nature Partnership for ongoing support in improving our wellbeing gardens for people and pollinators.
  • Cardiff Probation Community Payback Team for their ongoing support throughout the project with key milestones/bespoke projects.

Shoutouts to ACE – Action in Caerau and Ely for their ongoing support, Greener Communities Team: Hubbub, Starbucks and NHS Charities Together, who fund and support our weekly H&WB sessions in our SW Cluster Gardens. Plus, continued support from the Cardiff SW Primary Care Cluster and Cardiff & Vale Health Charity.


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