Here at People and Gardens we like to recycle as much as we possibly can and either create a new item or donate the items to charity. Currently we are collecting the following:- Milk bottle tops – taken to Lush and they are then used to make bottle board that is used to make furniture… Read more »
During the lockdown The Lost Gardens of Heligan stepped up to the front to help us with growing vegetables for our fortnightly Veg bags. This meant we could continue to provide the bags to individuals in the community especially some of our more vulnerable residents who were not able to access the community due to… Read more »
The guys have been keeping themselves busy at home growing their own veg. It is great to see that they are using their horticultural skills they have learnt at People and Gardens and put them into practice at home. James preparing the ground prior to planting up (see photo above). Rob has been nuturing his… Read more »
Like the rest of the world we are currently on Lockdown, missing each other, watching the plants grow and sharing laughs – but under the circumstances it can’t be helped. We all have to remain positive and look forward to the day we can return to the nursery – it could be a big celebratory… Read more »
In early March we had a fundraising event ………
We are planning to take a group of vulnerable people with learning disabilities to Durban, South Africa, to volunteer at The Genesis Project, which supports the local community which has been affected by HIV/Aids. 49% of the families have lost one or both parents, and we will be able to volunteer at their youth club,… Read more »
Hello and welcome to our annual newsletter. As the snow is thawing and we are enjoying some spring sunshine we thought we would send you an update of the exciting projects we are involved with. We have lots of plans for the year ahead including celebrating our 20th anniversary whilst working hard to manage and maintain… Read more »
We are taking over Knightor Winery on Friday 20 October, for a FABULOUS FEAST of our homegrown produce. On the morning of the feast, we’ll be picking a selection of fresh produce from the nursery, before splitting into kitchen and front of house teams to deliver the feast. Please join us for this fantastic event,… Read more »
Read our latest newsletter to find out about all the exciting things we’ve been up to recently.
Ken was recently interviewed for the Green Gardens website, who wanted to find out more about our work and some of the projects we are involved with, and how gardening can provide substantial health benefits. To read the full article, click here.