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Rivendell Building, Bangor University Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RQ
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Grass Routes at The Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead. Phase 1
Grass Routes, a project funded by the Anglesey Charitable Trust, helped 18 local people achieve accredited environmental and food safety qualifications and gain valuable work experience.
100% of Participants said the project improved their well-being, confidence, self-esteem and employment prospects, increased teamworking skills and practical life skills.
The sessions were educational, relaxed and fun. Participants found the programme inspiring, interesting and captivating.
Examples of activities include gardening and horticulture (sowing, planting, tending, weeding and growing wildlife-friendly food), joinery (flower beds, bug hotels, bird tables wheelchair accessible planters and benches), catering (cooking skills, food safety standards, safe practice and healthy eating!) and on-the-job experience in the kitchen and garden.
Best comments include: “The scheme revealed a world that was not within the sphere of my knowledge ” and “I feel that the experience of Wild Elements would enhance more people”
Enquire now about our latest training programmes. Free and open to all.