Gardening for Health (G4H) aims to reduce local inequalities in health and wellbeing by encouraging food growing and healthy eating.
G4H works across many different sites and with a variety of clients. It has 16 regular groups in all kinds of locations: school grounds, community centre gardens, mental health units, a drug/alcohol abuse unit, a medical centre, and allotments.
Growing Health case study: Bradford Community Environment Project (BCEP)
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Published Tuesday 7 April 2015
Growing Health: Growing Health is a national project run by Garden Organic and Sustain, which is funded by the Tudor Trust, to see how community food growing can be routinely used by the health and social care services as a way of promoting health and wellbeing for a range of individuals and population groups.