Plot 22 is an award-winning community allotment, working with isolated groups to strengthen community connections through gardening, outdoor craft activities, food growing and cooking shared meals at their unique, easily accessible community allotment in Hove.
Type of activities:
Food growing / Ecotherapy activities / Creative and arts
Specialist client experience:
A range of regular lightly facilitated outdoor sessions are available, including Dementia Inclusive Gardening; sessions for women only; families with children; plus mixed adult volunteering.
“Being at Plot 22 brought a different kind of energy to being together – a kind of excitement I think – and a positive sense of being able to make a difference – perhaps something to do with being around and immersed in things which were growing.”
– the TouchBase Team –
“There’s a magic here with the connection of the plants and people. I always see a shift in my emotions when I come here. I always feel different at the end. That shift is so valuable. I’ve been coming here for three years. The first time I came I was quite paranoid and I would cry. But now I feel the impact it has as it’s shown me you don’t have to be stuck.”
– Thyme & Space volunteer –
Public transport and parking:
– Walking: 50 mins from Brighton town centre
– Bicycle: 10-20 mins from Brighton town centre
– Bus: Number 5, 5a, plus the 47 (big lemon)
– Train: Nearest station is Aldrington,
– Car: Limited free parking on site and nearby
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