To promote social development that invests in the strengths of everyone.
Garden Needs will become self-financing through:
- support local people to lead happier and healthier lives through the activity of growing
- helping people who want to develop their skills and abilities to fulfil their potential
- integrating Mental Health Service Users into the community with regular events and through the day to day running and patronage of the garden centre
- tackling social exclusion, providing training progression routes with volunteer opportunities and pathways to further education, training and work
- teaching people how to grow plants, flowers and food
- building knowledge, confidence and new opportunities for the community