Grow Outdoors at Sowenna

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Project by The Sowenna Appeal

Grow Outdoors at Sowenna

The Sowenna Appeal profile

Project by The Sowenna Appeal

We did it
On 13th September 2019 we successfully raised £16,220 with 70 supporters in 98 days

Raise £12,000 for sensory gardens and horticulture at Sowenna to support young people with severe mental health illness to get better

A word from The Sowenna Occupational Therapist

'There is a wealth of research that highlights the impact of gardening on mental health and wellbeing. It allows young people the opportunity to connect with nature and to be in the moment, provides physical exercise and provides a sense of purpose and achievement. It can also provide an opportunity to socialise through young people working together to grow plants and vegetables which can then be used in other activities like cooking.’ 

Alicia Morse, Sowenna Occupational Therapist. 

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