Last month, the National Garden Scheme launched their first ever Gardens and Health week to promote the positive impact gardens can have on health and wellbeing.
As their chosen Gardens and Wellbeing charity, we are aiming to bring the significant benefits of gardens and gardening to more autistic people, their families and carers.
Our partnership has given a number of our volunteer led branches the opportunity to visit gardens, start gardening clubs, build allotments and even to create sensory gardens.
To celebrate Gardens and Health week we headed to our Herefordshire branch with Alan Gardner known for his Channel 4 programme – the Autistic Gardener to celebrate the results of their project.
Find more information about Autism on our website: autism.org.uk
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