Aylesbury’s Sustainable Directory

Aylesbury’s Sustainable Directory includes local retailers, groups and businesses which operate in a sustainable way. We are continually building our list, so please do help us by sending in details of any businesses or groups you feel should be included, using our form at the bottom of the page.

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Aylesbury Garden Town’s Let Get Growing has been set up in response to the COVID-19 crisis to create a community platform for anyone in the town who is interested in growing their own fruit and vegetables.
Their aim is to encourage you to get growing in your green space and to share with you some resources to help you get started if you’re completely new to this and to share. If you already have some experience we will be sharing tips to deal with some of the challenges along the way. If you are a more accomplished ‘grower’, maybe you even have your own allotment, do join in and share your expertise.
When Aylesbury received Garden Town status in 2017, one of the key ambitions was to make the town more sustainable and growing your own food is one very simple way to help achieve that.  They have already launched two Community Food Growing projects, in Quarrendon and at the Healthy Living Centre at Walton Court in partnership with the Community Grow project.
Categories: Community, Gardening. Growing and Agriculture
Work Lindengate Charity Aylesbury Road Wendover Buckinghamshire HP22 6BD Work Phone: 01296 622443 Website: https://www.lindengate.org.uk/

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Lindengate is a Buckinghamshire-based registered charity that offers specialised gardening activities to help those with mental health needs in their continuing recovery

Operating from a 5-acre site adjacent to Dobbies Garden Centre in Wendover, Lindengate offers a wide range of nature based activities so that users can spend time in a managed and calm and safe environment, either singly or in small groups, working towards recovery.

They also offer free drop-in sessions to support community wellbeing (see their website for times), and run events such as Lindengate in Lights and Multicultural Festivities.

Categories: Gardening. Growing and Agriculture, Health and Wellbeing

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