Green Synergy is working with St Giles Parish Church, St Giles Matters and local residents to develop a community garden that will be open to the public during daylight hours.
People can come to the garden to socialise and meet their neighbours, to relax or enjoy some gentle gardening exercise, improve their mental wellbeing, learn how to grow their own food, and enjoy a beautiful, peaceful space. When complete the garden will include a wheelchair accessible pathway, raised beds, fruit, vegetables and flowers. Community Garden Project Officer- Laura Stratford has been working with local residents to develop their ideas into a design and create the garden.
Group gardening sessions run every Monday morning – these are free and open to everyone. To join in contact Jodie.
This project has been funded by The Bishop of Lincoln’s Social Justice Fund; St Giles Community Chest; The Police Crime Commissioner’s Community and Volunteer Fund and Lincolnshire County Councillor Nigel Murray’s Ward Budget for Glebe Ward.