- strive to achieve the following benefits ~
with the animals creating bonds and friendships.
seeds with the achievement of watching the plants grow.
the plants into the outside containers.
planting and produce plant feed from weeds and cuttings.
and clean produce (potatoes, carrots etc...)
of produce to local people on a low income.
were food comes from and how its produced.
from tasting & eating home grown food.
with loading the waste products into the worm farm.
to help those with disabilities both physical and mental by ~
their self esteem
them with the interactive skills needed to integrate within
the wider community.
a place where they can be safe and attend outside of their home
new people and new friends with similar interests
different ways in connection with their capabilities to do the
same things as abled individuals
Community can ~
of waste products with us, reducing the impact on the local environment.
compost, vegetables and fruit for donation to the local community,
helping those on low incomes, better still help them to learn
how to grow their own at home.
goods for the community and a feeling of contributing to helping
those less fortunate than ourselves.
have also started discussing our services with another ‘Active
Community’ area located within Gorse Hill, the project is
The Open Door Project
which provides services to local disabled groups who are disadvantaged
by their ability and without the service could be confined to
their own place of residence with the result of becoming lonely,
depressed or contracting illnesses.
you have any unwanted garden materials that we could recycle?
you like to help Treads
on our journey, if you could spare a few hours as a volunteer,
it would be great to hear from you. Give
us a call to discuss how you could help.