Join King’s Garden at Eiranfa Community Centre, Denbigh, for ‘King’s Garden Presents’ – a close look at an aspect of the natural world – animals, plants and the seasons – through presentations, games, quizzes and other activities. Things to make you say, “well I never!” Sessions are open to everyone of any age and areContinue reading “Coming soon – for the good folks of Denbigh and environs.”
Awyr Las | Gardd lles newydd diolch i Gynghrair y Cyfeillion And now the borders now look like this – And patients and staff are enjoying making their contributions –
Great news! We’ve received funding from Dementia Aware Denbighshire Community Led Grant, to work with the fabulous Dementia Friendly Denbigh. From October, we will be delivering ‘Nature Studies for Wellbeing’ to the good folks of Denbigh and environs. The project aims to bring ALL ages together and will be especially inclusive for those living withContinue reading “Nature studies for grown up children….”
Thanks to the support of Colwyn Bay Hospital League of Friends and the Gwynt Y Mor Community Fund, we have been planting again! Just a quick reminder of what we started with:
to have been awarded funding from Community Foundation Wales, to continue our Nature Clubs/Clwb Natur with Y Ty Gwrydd Community Hub | Y Ty Gwyrdd | Denbigh Wales. Cultivating connections to the natural world with children.
A spot of table top gardening to aid recovery in Holywell hospital today. Sowing happy sunflowers ready to brighten up the balcony.
4/04/22 *Thanks to the support of the Llandudno Hospital League of Friends, the Colwyn Bay Community Hospital League of Friends AND Gwynt Y M’or; King’s Garden has received more funding to deliver our nature studies to patients. The Grow4it project will be extended onto two more wards in Llandudno, and we’ll deliver therapeutic table topContinue reading “Not one but three pieces of news!”
31/1/22 – More patients are benefitting from our unique interactive nature studies! Thanks to Community & Voluntary Support Conwy (CVSC) and Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council (DVSC), our Grow4it project is continuing to Grow4it! With their support we are now delivering our services into 4 hospitals across North Wales. See what some of the patients have to say ….Continue reading “We’re Growing4it!”
And this is her lovely review. The link will take you to her website – which is well worth a look at. Groceries from the garden: Learning more about self sufficiency with Isa Lamb – The Travel Hack (photo – Monica Stott – The Travel Hack)
Nature classes helping patients stay connected to the outdoors awarded Big Lottery funding – Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (nhs.wales) Grow4it keeps Growing4it! 🙂 (National Lottery Community Fund)