Dementia-friendly gardening group

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  Tuesday 24 Jul 2018 - Tuesday 9 Oct 2018

  10:30 am  - 12:00 pm

women looking at flowersGardening is a wonderful activity to help improve wellbeing, get outdoors and take time to notice nature. Our weekly sessions provide a gentle, regular activity with a friendly group and a chance to build confidence. There is lots of national evidence about the benefits of gardening for people with dementia.

Participants and carers can contact us directly to book, or be referred through professionals. The sessions are suitable for those with mild to moderate dementia and carers are welcome to attend as well.

When: Weekly Tuesday sessions, 10:30am-12pm, for up to three months. The next group runs from 24 July 2018.

Where: Brooke Mead Housing, Albion Street, Brighton BN2 9PY. We work on the raised beds on the second floor, there is lift access and even ground. We have both covered and indoor spaces to sit and enjoy a cup of tea. There are toilet and hand washing facilities on site.

Booking instructions

Complete the application form below and send to Or, if you’d like to find out a bit more before applying please contact Caroline Whiteman on 01273 431700.

Dementia Food Project Application Form 2018.

Feel free to contact us with any questions or to book a place over the phone if you prefer.


Brooke Mead
Albion Street

Dementia-friendly gardening group

Brooke Mead, Albion Street, Brighton, UK

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