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Ecotherapy - Get Up and Grow with Suffolk Mind - Hadleigh

Ecotherapy improves people's physical and mental health by gently inceasing their activity levels, people also make new friends and can receive peer support from others.  Being on an allotment gives people the chance to learn about gardening and take notice of the changing seasons - while contributing to a thriving growing space that benefits everyone.

Our ecotherapy services are suitable for anyone over 18 years of age.

Suffolk Mind have five allotments plots all of which offer a supportive, enjoyable and relaxed environment.

The Hadleigh plot is a peaceful plot next to the river, a haven for wildlife. It offers people the opportunity to learn about gardening and contribute to the creation of a thriving growing space that benefits everyone. We meet on Friday mornings from 10am

For more information about our ecotherapy projects contact Sarah Manton-Roseblade on Sarah.Roseblade@suffolkmind.org.uk or visit our website.

Who to contact

Telephone
0300 111 6000
Email
Sarah.Roseblade@suffolkmind.org.uk
Website
http://www.suffolkmind.org.uk/ecotherapy.asp
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Where to go

Area served
Hadleigh

Days & Times

Friday mornings from 10 am to 1pm
Time of day
Morning

Other details

Cost Details
Charitable organisation.
Referral required?
Yes
Referral and availability notes

See our website to download refferal form for our courses and workshops.

Age Groups
16-25 years, Adults, Young people
Last Updated
29/06/2018

Local Offer Local Offer Record

Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities

Our service is for people who have a mental health need. That would include people with SEND.

Please contact us as we would need to know what your support needs are, and whether you would be coming with a support worker, to see what we would need to do to ensure our service is accessible.

Telephone
0300 111 6000
Email
Sarah.Roseblade@suffolkmind.org.uk

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