The Green Project aims to build confidence, raise self-esteem, promote physical activity and encourage social interaction.

We provide a broad variety of activities in practical and theory sessions using our allotment, garden and external visits.

During the winter months, we run Cook ‘n’ Eat sessions, exploring healthy eating, budget and dietary needs. We use our own evergreen foliage, hedgerow fruits and weaving materials to create seasonal gifts and Christmas decorations.

We are developing a full-size allotment site in Darlington and we carry out a growing, maintenance and renovation plan for sites owned by Darlington Mind. We have regular supported excursions to venues of horticultural interest, to explore our wider appreciation of The Green Project, nature and conservation in the area we live in.

Planning and nurturing plants can give you a reason to get out of bed in the morning – be inspired by tasting the first strawberry of the season, seeing the sweep of colour across the garden as the flowers appear or walking through a bluebell wood in May listening to the cuckoo’s calling.

What can I expect?

  • Confidentiality
  • A professional approach
  • Expert support (experienced staff)
  • Practical advice
  • Learning about different horticultural techniques
  • Practice and enhancement of gardening skills
  • Access to a beautiful garden
  • Access to an allotment
  • Regular trips out
  • Cookery skills
  • Open for different sessions throughout the week

How can I access this service?

If you are 19 - 65, Over 65, living in Darlington, Hambleton, you can access support or request more information by:
Telephone: 01325 283169 (Darlington) or 01609 780758 (Northallerton)
Email:

Session Fees

Please email or telephone us for further information.

Our clients say…

  • “Another inspiring and amazing trip and I’m looking forward so much to the next!”
  • “Since coming to the Mind Green Project, I have noticed several improvements to my general wellbeing, both mental and physical. In the past, I have had problems of motivation and concentration, involving long periods of lethargy.”
  • “Has inspired me to take more of an interest in the relationship between growing vegetables, the sources of ingredients and cooking them, it has also given me ideas for healthier eating.”

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