Garden Project


The benefits of gardening on our mental health and wellbeing is well documented and widely recognised. Not only can gardening benefit our mental well-being, it also plays a part in serving our physical and social wellbeing as well.

Our Gardening Project offers members a chance to be more active and work outdoors. It's located in Kirkcaldy. We have two small plots and a greenhouse. This year we are growing a variety of veg, fruit, herbs, and flowers.

We love our little Curnie garden, it brings much joy and a sense of accomplishment to those who work in it. Since we only have a very small budget for it, we are always very grateful to members of the public who donate seeds, plants, and tools. Many of our gardening members have physical disabilities. Working in the garden is very rewarding but it's hard work too, so we are on the lookout for a couple of benches for members to be able to take a wee break from time to time and have somewhere suitable to sit. If you know anyone who might be able to donate a bench, please encourage them to get in touch with us.

If you would like to join us or make a donation, call or text Jo on 07384514478.

Our Gardening Club meets every Tuesday

Project Support Worker

Jo Mitchell


T: 07384 514478

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