The Vitamin G project was initiated in 2013, aiming to establish eight inter-generational art and community gardens across Surrey with a particular focus on ensuring that older people are involved.
Each garden was developed by the community, working collaboratively with Sculpt It arts organisation and with specialist advice from the team at Leatherhead Community Garden. It was important that the gardens are inspiring, creative places to be, as well as productive and sociable.
Each of the gardens has evolved differently depending on local need and we have worked with communities to ensure that they create gardens which work for them.
Vitamin G gardens can be found in:
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Molesey Centre for the Community, 2 Bishop Fox Way, West Molesey, KT8 2AS
Fir Tree Community Garden, Bellfields, Guildford, GU1 1JJ
Broome Park Nursing Home, Station Road, Betchworth, RH3 7DF
Hythe Park, Field View, Egham TW20 8AT
Hawkedale Infants School, Stratton Rd, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 6PG
Spelthorne community garden is still in development and maintained by a group of local volunteers. The creation of the garden has instigated several new side projects, including an after school gardening club and use of the space by other local schools and community groups.
Caterham Community Art Garden, Queen Park, Queen's Park Road, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 5RB
This award winning garden is flourising. Please join us! Sessions run every week Tuesday 10.00am – 12.00pm. The garden is located near the Queens park Pavillion, next to the Tennis Courts behind the garden with the clocktower.
For further information please contact Amy Stafford at Surrey Choices : email@example.com or 01483 806650
Rodborough School, Rake Lane, Milford, Godalming GU8 5BZ
If you would like to join us and be a volunteer please follow our volunteer webpage for regular opportunities.
The Vyne Centre, Broadway, Knaphill, Woking GU21 2SP
For further information on the aims and objectives of the project, please click here.