Gardening gloves at the ready in Farnborough!

Phone lines open on Wednesday 17 May at 11am.  Please call 07841 562892 to book.  

Don't forget to look at the size of the challenge indicated by the key at the bottom. Plus, if available, click the photo link for your challenge to view your potential project.

167  Wood you lark to help?

Challenge group size: F

Woodlarks Campsite

What's the challenge?

Woodlarks Campsite near Farnham provides holiday accommodation and activites for disabled children. Children from all over the UK can enjoy exciting breaks here, whilst the site caters for their disabilities. 

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They would really appreciate some help with various projects including working on the grounds clearing woodland paths or thinning some overgrown areas out in the woods. Just let them know your skills and they will match you to a job on their 'to do' list. This challenge can be booked  by many teams. 

168  Hydon Seek

Challenge group size: F

Hydon Hill

What's the challenge?

Hydon Hill is set in the beautiful countryside near Godalming. It is part of  Leonard Cheshire Disability and provides residential care for adults with severe disabilities.

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They are looking for a few teams to help around the grounds; there is no maximum or minimum size for a team. Work is anything from mowing lawns, clearing areas and cutting down trees to tractoring garden waste around the site; so really gardening on a bigger scale. This challenge can be booked by several teams.

169  A royal request

Challenge group size: M

Kingwood Trust

What's the challenge?

Kingwood Trust currently helps 120 adults diagnosed with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome  living in Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire to live the lives they choose.

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They have been offered a large plot at the Henley Allotments Association. They would love a team to help with the infrastructure of this site. They have made a start, however they need to speed things up to have this site fully operational in 2017. As most of the people they support are on the Autistic and Asperger’s spectrum, it is essential to have the infrastructure in place to be able to maximise the opportunity for as many people as possible.

 

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