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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 300 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.
Visiting a garden this summer?
Are you a garden open to the public?
Why not rate it for accessability with Euan's Guide ?
Through Facebook , online or with The Euan's Guide app available from the App Store and Google play, you can rate and find out how accessible venues actually are directly from the people who use them!
Visit three beautiful East Lothian gardens this summer and support Trellis!
Traprain Garden Circle, East Lothian includes two gardens never before open to the public. Catch a glimpse of Garvald Grange, Granary House and Stevenson Steading on 25th May, 15th and 29th June 2016
Further information, directions and maps online at Scotland’s Gardens http://www.scotlandsgardens.org/gardens/garden/81769f5c-835c-4fb9-b201-a53000ef7a2e or on page 27 Scotland’s Gardens 2016 ‘yellow book’.
NEW Trellis guide How to Set Up a Therapeutic Gardening Project.
Practical advice, signposting and support from the Trellis network in one illustrated volume. Click here to view/download. (Please right click on link and select 'Open in new tab'). Save to your device in order to access 'Further support & information' live links.
Funded by Awards for All Scotland
See the full range of support and services we delivered in 2014-15 in the Trellis Report
For therapeutic gardening jobs in Scotland see Job/Volunteer Vacancies
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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
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 the national Scottish charity that supports, promotes, and develops the use of horticulture to improve health, well-being and life opportunities for all