Welcome to Trellis

We're the place to come to for know-how about therapeutic gardening, the art of using gardening to help people take care of their physical, emotional and social wellbeing.

We support a network of over 270 therapeutic gardening projects in Scotland so they can share skills, good practice and get connected.

Trellis runs training workshops and an information service, and we can visit you to give help and advice. We support research and development in therapeutic gardening. And we make sure that the voice of our network is heard by policy makers.

We bring people together. Come and join us, we're here to help you.


  For therapeutic gardening jobs in Scotland see Job/Volunteer Vacancies 

 

Find out what's going on in therapeutic gardening and the Trellis Network,  sign up to the eBulletin newsletter complete our contact form
 

Networking, sharing skills, knowledge and good practice

Gardening Activities: Children with additional support needs
17th August 2015
10.30am - 3:45pm
St Andrews Botanic Garden, Canongate, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 8RT

Do you support children with additional support needs?
Want to encourage children to take part in gardening activities?
Overcome barriers? Create enjoyable and therapeutic garden, play and learning experiences? 
 
Join us in the Glasshouse Classroom in the inspiring St Andrews Botanic Gardens in St Andrews. Meet others interested in therapeutic gardening and share insights, skills and good practice through presentations, posters, photos discussion and networking.
Suitable for anyone wishing to /already supporting children with additional needs to garden in community, education and health settings.Further Information
Free to attend. Bring your own packed lunch and picnic on the lawn.
Booking essential as places are limited. Please use our Booking Form


DandelionSeed Saving Session, Perth 
8th September 2015  

Find out how to save seed and grow plants ideally suited to the Scottish climate. Booking Details coming soon.


Networking Meeting - Aberdeenshire - Including Trellis AGM
18th September 2015

10.30 am – 3.00pm
Registration and refreshments from 9.45am
Pitcaple Environmental Project, The Pitscurry Project, Whiteford, Aberdeenshire
AB51 5DY 
Join us at Pitcaple, a gardening project specialising in providing employment skills and training for people with disabilities. Share knowledge, skills and good practice with others in therapeutic gardening. Tour the garden, polytunnels and greenhouse.
Cast your vote at the Trellis AGM - If you are a paying member of Trellis.
Booking Form and Programme coming soon... 


Gardening Activities: Children with additional support needs
20th October 2015
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Arboretum Place, Edinburgh EH3 5NZ

Do you support children with additional support needs?
Want to encourage children to take part in gardening activities?
Overcome barriers? Create enjoyable and therapeutic garden, play and learning experiences? 

Join us in a day of sharing insights, activity workshops, lesson planning garden tour and getting the low down on how other people garden with children with additional needs.
Booking Details and Programme coming soon. Please email us to register your interest.

 

  

  What people say about our sharing knowledge skills and good practice events:
 "an absolutely brilliant day - I gained an enormous amount from it and really appreciate the time spent on putting this together."

"I hadn't appreciated just how much of an understanding of working with people from all walks of life could be gained by listening to such specialised and committed carers - everybody who works with anybody should be attending these events "

 Trellis CPD training courses are endorsed by the  IOH logo


We are currently developing knowledge, skills and good practice sharing events for the 2015-16 programme. If you would like to suggest a topic or a venue for these sessions please contact us on 01738 624348 or email Jenny

 


Trellis is a member of the Alliance.
Trellis Manifesto

To read our manifesto click here. To let us know what you think and make any further suggestions and comments, email us.

Trellis is the national Scottish charity that supports, promotes, and develops the use of horticulture to improve health, well-being and life opportunities for all


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