The Community Garden Project is part of the Project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.
The aim of the group is to get carers and those they care for involved in nature as a way of promoting mental, physical and emotional well-being.
It started with just a few carers sharing ideas and now we have links with over 8 local community projects helping to connect! Including members from Pure Vegetable Well-Being, Horticulture Wales and Incredible Edible.
We’re a small but perfectly formed group of volunteer enthusiasts (carers and ex carers) that come together monthly to help steer and plan activities, share ideas and generally motivate others to get outdoors and involved in garden projects.
If you’d like to get involved please get in touch!
Hints and tips
Partnerships and memberships
Social Farms & Gardens
NEWCIS are now members of Social Farms & Gardens, a UK wide charity supporting communities to farm, garden and grow together. Their mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, communities and the environment through nature-based activities. As members NEWCIS has access to a whole host of resources.
Use their online map below to find out more about their work in your area!
Great Big Green Week
Members of Transition Holywell & District are proud that five Holywell area groups (including NEWCIS) joined thousands of other community groups around the UK for the Great Big Green Week in September 2021. The groups wanted to show they care about our beautiful planet by getting out and taking Earth-friendly actions!
The Great Big Green Week is a Climate Coalition campaign.
Send us your pictures
We’d love to see your spoils. So if you’ve been growing, planting or just getting out into nature we’d love to see your pictures. Inspiring others is what we’re all about. Send us your submissions and we’ll add them to our image gallery!
Funded by The National Lottery Community Fund / Ariannwyd gan Cronfa Gymunedol y Loteri Genedlaethol. Click the Welsh flag icon located in the footer to translate this page to Welsh / Cliciwch ar yr eicon baner Cymru sydd yn y troedyn i gyfieithu'r dudalen hon i'r Gymraeg.