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Grow and Make

Our Gardening for Wellbeing course is held in a relaxed and supportive environment and is underpinned by the Five Ways to Wellbeing: Give, Take Notice, Connect, Be Active and Keep Learning. Every week you’ll learn more about what you can do in the garden.

For instance, together, we will develop and maintain our vegetable patch and forest garden through practical activities supported by theory sessions, and we will harvest veg and fruit from the farm and forage in our hedgerows. We will also make herbal balms and syrups on an outdoor fire, and explore nature through mindful walks. 

If this sounds appealing to you, we’d love to have you here!

The course runs in 3 month blocks and, once registered, you are welcome to join the current course (if there is availability) or wait for the next course to commence.

Grow Days

If you have already been to the full Grow & Make course, are unable to commit to the full course at the moment, or want a taster, our Grow Days are one-off sessions intended as 'first aid', providing a boost to mood and general wellbeing.

Grow Days:

  • 10th August
  • 31st August

For both pathways a typical day is:

  • We meet every Wednesday from 10am – 3pm 
  • We do ‘check ins’ and drink herbal tea
  • We develop our Learning Area by growing veg, fruit and herbs and doing woodwork
  • We connect with nature and go for mindful walks
Sign up

Before signing up, please download and read the handbook which explains how we will work to keep everyone safe during COVID-19. It also contains answers to many frequently asked questions:

 Grow and Make Handbook

Once you have read the handbook you will need to fill out the registration form, even if you have already done so in the past, as we have some new ‘COVID-19 symptoms’ and ‘high risk category check’ questions:

Grow and Make Registration form

During the course will be working together to create a safe and relaxed environment whilst adhering to government Covid-19 guidelines.

Get in touch

Ellie leads the course at The Farm. If you require extra support, or have a query about Grow and Make, please don’t hesitate to contact her by email.

(Please note that Ellie works part-time so will get back to you as soon as possible.)


If you’ve successfully booked with us, and then find that you are unable to attend, or you need to stop coming, please let us know so we can open up your space for others.