With much regret, Herefordshire Growing Point has cancelled horticultural therapy sessions at its Holme Lacy base and in outreach venues around the county until further notice. We know this is a great disappointment for our clients, and their families and carers. However, we believe it is the safest action to take given the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic and current government advice.
Our loyal staff and volunteers continue to look after the demonstration garden at Holme Lacy, and tutors are busy planning activities for when we are able to restart therapy sessions. We are keeping everyone updated regularly – please look out for news and information on this website and posts on our Facebook page and Instagram (HerefordGrowingPoint).
“I don’t feel disabled anymore when I come to Herefordshire Growing Point.”
WHAT WE DO
Herefordshire Growing Point helps people living with physical or mental challenges, or ill health, to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of gardening.
We work with adults, young people and children across Herefordshire.
Our horticultural therapy has been making a real difference to the lives of vulnerable and disabled people for more than 25 years.
“Growing Point continues to both inspire and entertain our members.” Age Concern
THE BENEFITS OF OUR WORK
Physical and mental fitness.
Well-being and sensory stimulation.
Extra vitamin D production.
Building confidence and self-esteem.
Rebuilding life after illness or accident.
Enabling a move into employment.