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Growing works (incorporating Holme Valley Gardening Network)

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  1. Growing works is a vibrant charity supporting children, families, adults and carers who have a range of disabilities, physical or mental health needs. Our aim is to Nurture Healthy Lives Outdoors, reducing social isolation, building practical and life skills whilst having fun along the way.

    Our projects

    SPROUT is an innovative and unique project working with children with additional needs providing outdoor activity sessions. Sprout involves the whole family, including siblings. Sprout sessions involve growing simple vegetables and fruit, outdoor cookery, woodwork, arts and crafts, bush crafts and non-competitive sports in a relaxed fun supportive outdoor environment

    YOUNG SHOOTS sessions for 13 - 19 year olds are themed around bushcraft, cooking and exploration. The aim being to build confidence and independence, developing life skills and team working.

    BUD is aimed at adults with physical or mental health needs and carers. Each group provides a rare opportunity for vulnerable adults to be active within their community and learn new skills.

    We also offer a number of Volunteering opportunities working with young people, working outdoors and gardening.


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Growing works
Sue Brown - Project Manager

West View, Paddock, Huddersfield HD1 4TX


Organisation last updated

  1. 23 August 2018

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Growing works' Shortlisted for Award

  1. Growing works' Shortlisted for Award
  2. The Bud Group, one of the Growing works projects, has been shortlisted for an award by The Skipton Building Society. For more information visit http://www.skiptongrg.co.uk/apply-for-funding/whos-applying/yorkshire-and-the-humber/bud/

  3. 23/08/2018

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