Posts by Carlyn Kilpatrick

Spring is nearly here

As the weather improves and Spring seems just around the corner, there are lots of things we can think about doing in the garden.  Whether you are an avid gardener, or just like to potter about on your allotment, there is fundamental pleasure that can be gained from spending time outdoors and being involved with nature.  This…

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Partnership with Wells Community Hospital Trust

We are delighted to have launched a new gardening programme to support adults living with mild to moderate ill health, in partnership with our friends at the Wells Community Hospital Trust. The new pilot programme offers a variety of gardening experiences, as well as indoor horticultural activities, drawing on the therapeutic value of horticulture on…

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FUNDING SUCCESS…

The Nurture Project is delighted with it’s recent grant awarded from the Norfolk Community Foundation. The funding will enable the project to offer sponsored places to adults living with mental ill health who might not otherwise be able to access our service. Securing funding is integral to the continuation and success of The Nurture Project.…

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Having a choice

The Nurture Project is thrilled that Norfolk County Council have accredited the project as a Day Service Opportunities Provider. This will mean that local people living with mild to moderate mental ill health can now access the project through their personal health budgets. Personal health budgets are a way of offering individuals with long term…

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