Kehelland Trust provides opportunities for young people and adults with a learning and/ or physical disability, facilitating participation in work, education and recreation all in one place.
Ensuring that we can meet individual needs, we offer a range of supervised/supported activities, which focus on the full range of work associated with running a horticultural business.
Contact us on our Care & Support line (01209) 613153. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Growing produce
- Maintaining the site
- Participation in trading activity (both retail and wholesale)
- Kitchen activities (catering and hospitality)
- Office skills including using social media
- Undertaking practical training
- Independent and team working
There are many proven benefits of social and therapeutic horticulture, these include:
- Improved physical health and mobility
- Learning new skills and improving the chances of finding paid employment
- Improved mental health through a sense of purpose and achievement
- Being out in the fresh air, reducing feelings of isolation