Who runs the Putting Down Roots for Young People project? St Mungo’s
Where is the project? Bristol, Oxfordshire and the Lewisham and Waltham Forest areas of London
How old do I need to be? 11-24 years old
How often can I go? Regular sessions take place at hostel allotments and community green spaces
What is it? The opportunity for you to develop gardening skills, grow organic vegetables, learn to cook, do upcycling and carry out landscaping. You’ll even be able to complete a Level 1 Horticulture qualification
How much does it cost? It’s free!
Can I join? Putting Down Roots for Young People is available through self-referral for over 16s. You can also be referred by a key/support worker, doctor/health professional, school or parent/carer
The Environment Now supported, trained and provided £10k funding grants for 50 young people aged 17-24 to create unique digital ideas to help the environment. @natyouthagency @O2ThinkBig_NCS @TNLComFund