Mill Lane Gardening Project

Project Category: Social EnterpriseProject Tags: Children & young people, Education, Gardens, Mental Health, Older People and Parks

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  • Our Story

    Tucked away behind West Hampstead’s high street, Mill Lane Garden Centre is a social enterprise offering training and job opportunities for local people with disabilities.

    During the week, the project is used by adults with learning disabilities who attend to relax and learn in a natural and secure environment, improve their communication and social skills, complete accredited training in horticulture and gain work experience.

    Approximately 20% of the income for this project is generated through sales of plants and garden supplies to the general public.  Drop in to browse and buy our great selection of seasonal plants and decorations.

    Winter specials:

    Choose from our great selection of hihg quality Christmas trees and seasonal decorations and help support your local disability charity from Saturday 28 November 2015.

    From 28 November: Open Monday – Saturday from 10am until dusk.

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    The Open Space, 160 Mill Lane