Last Updated on 29/06/2021 by Shannen Godwin
After a hard 6 months of planning and building, the Manchester Mind therapy garden is now finally open! Based at the charity’s allotment in Chorlton, the therapy garden is now a peaceful, relaxing space for the charity volunteers and staff to enjoy.
After partnering together on this project at the start of 2021, the charity volunteers and members of the J. Parker’s team have worked tirelessly over the past few months bringing this garden to life. As the charity work hard producing kilos of fruit and vegetables at their allotment, this new relaxation space is now the perfect spot for workers and visitors to relax, and the new enclosed area will be used for 1/1 support sessions.
The enclosed area
The enclosed area features a large wooden gazebo which shelters two large wooden benches. This area is now a isolated area, separated from the open garden by a wall of bamboo, to help provide more space for 1/1 therapy support sessions.
The open garden
The open garden now features two wooden arbours, a garden arch, trough planters and a solar fountain. This space is now the perfect spot for volunteers and staff to socialise and relax after a hard day at the allotment.
J. Parker’s will be continuing their relationship with Manchester Mind, so keep your eye out for new projects coming soon!
For more information about Manchester Mind and their services, please visit their website here.