The Plot is an out of doors wellbeing space within Stanmer Wellbeing Gardens, Stanmer Park, Brighton.
Their vision is to create a community-led sanctuary space for sharing and nurturing creativity, community spirit and connection – through a range of nature-based / nature-led activities.
Recent groups and activities include:
* Adolescent group for young women who have experienced domestic abuse
* Creative wellbeing sessions for young refugees
* Wellbeing days and environmental arts therapy/ eco-therapy skill-sharing for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust staff
Type of activities:
Creative and arts / Ecotherapy activities / Food growing / Group therapy
Specialist client experience:
Children, young people & adults, mental health difficulties, anxiety, depression, developmental trauma, domestic abuse, refugee & migrant community
“Thank you for today this is exactly what was needed – after months of having to just keep going, often isolated. It is wonderful to be up here in person with others, connecting.”
– Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust CAMHS Arts Therapists Skill Sharing + Support Session –
Public transport and parking:
Paid parking in Stanmer Park, train at Falmer and bus routes 25, 78, 79 stop nearby. Cycle parking on site. More info.
Activity-specific. Free activities available.
Monday-Sunday (by pre-arrangement only)
Basic refreshments & snacks provided at action days
Brighton & Hove Food Partnership
Therapeutic gardening groups in Brighton, including activities for older people and those living with dementia.
Centre for Ecotherapy
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Grow offers people the chance to enjoy the beautiful, local countryside in a friendly and supportive group with locations across Sussex.
Plot 22 is a community allotment, a food growing project and therapeutic garden in Hove.
Rock Farm is a working market garden, community space and horticultural therapy project on a 6-acre site near Steyning.
A community-owned land project near Horam, East Sussex that is dedicated to life, learning and working in harmony with nature.
Ipse lead multi-day therapeutic journeys across different wilderness spaces in the UK, weekend workshops and day walks across Sussex.
A seven-week programme in Stanmer Park, Brighton - which takes participants on a journey into a deeper sense of awareness and connection with the natural world.
An ecotherapy organisation that runs walks, nature-connection workshops and one-to-one mentoring in Brighton & East Sussex.
Circle of Life Rediscovery
This project outside Lewes, East Sussex aims to transform education, health and families through nature.
The Plot (Stanmer Park)
A community-led sanctuary space for sharing and nurturing creativity, community spirit and connection.
The Wild Mind Project
Providing emotional and mental wellbeing support to young people through nature activities combined with creative activities.