Allotment food growing
Come along to our free Green for Go! sessions and you could find yourself planting up an allotment, building a bird box, or taking part in a community improvement project.
Green for Go! is for you if you live in South Leeds, are aged over 26 and have a long-term condition such as COPD, CVD, arthritis, chronic pain or diabetes. It offers a chance to get active, learn new skills and meet people, in a friendly and safe environment.
Don’t worry if you’ve never picked up a spade before and you simply want to get out and meet new people in a friendly and safe environment - our welcoming and experienced staff will teach you everything you need to know.
You may find yourself getting involved in activities such as caring for allotments, growing food, making planters, or taking part in community tidy ups and conservation tasks. You can also suggest and work on your own projects, and you can work at your own pace throughout.
We aim to make the sessions as inclusive as possible and welcome individuals with a range of needs. Our staff will assess any needs you may have and provide support and guidance to make your experience safe, meaningful and fun.
The project runs every Tuesday and Wednesday 10-3 at:
Lady Pit Lane Allotments, Beeston Hill, LS11 6ES
You can you join anytime and it’s completely free!
Interested? Get in contact:
0113 238 0601