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Grow Together was set up to benefit local residents in South Bucks. We aim to support residents from all backgrounds, but specifically those in greatest need.
Our objectives are to enhance the lives of individuals, engage with local businesses, improve biodiversity and to protect the environment. By doing this we hope to help people understand the importance of the source of food, and the role that a good diet plays in general wellbeing.
Working with us, our volunteer gardeners grow produce which they harvest and incorporate the home-grown fruit and veg into their diet. Our base is an allotment at Back Lane, which we manage as a community allotment. In addition we encourage reduction of food waste by facilitating other allotment tenants in the locality to donate spare produce to the foodbank and also by urban harvesting.
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Our Keep Moving Forward Allotment Sessions give participants the opportunity to meet a friendly group of people who are all on a recovery journey.
The all-inclusive and supportive gardening sessions help people learn how to grow all different type of fruit, vegetables and plants, as well as help with jobs such as sowing seeds, watering plants, weeding, laying slabs, painting sheds, and undertaking other tasks that improve the allotment space for all who use it.
The allotment sessions take place every Wednesday in High Wycombe from 11:30am – 1:00pm and are delivered in partnership with The Community Grow Project.
There is no need to book in advance, you can simply turn up on the day, and there is no cost to take part.
Commissioned by Buckinghamshire Council and the NHS, Be Healthy Bucks is a free health and wellbeing service to help you make simple changes, to start feeling the benefits of a healthy life today.
You just have to be a Buckinghamshire resident and/or registered with a GP practice in the county.