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Cutteslowe Nursery & Garden Centre

Newly restored and renamed, Cutteslowe Nursery and Garden Centre will offer horticultural therapy for people with disabilities and learning difficulties, as well as employment and volunteer opportunities.  This will be run in partnership with Charterville Care using People in Action's experience and expertise of offering horticulture…

Newly restored and renamed, Cutteslowe Nursery and Garden Centre will offer horticultural therapy for people with disabilities and learning difficulties, as well as employment and volunteer opportunities.  This will be run in partnership with Charterville Care using People in Action's experience and expertise of offering horticulture therapy within community settings.

Located within the grounds of the prestigious Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park in Oxford, Charterville Care’s new Horticultural Therapy Nursery offers flexible day placements supported by trained horticultural therapy specialists.

Facilities include:

  • One to one or group based support
  • Arts and crafts & woodwork projects
  • Glasshouses for seed-sowing, potting on and flower displays
  • Community areas for meeting and socialising
  • Well stocked shop selling quality plants and products to the public

Placements are available now, please ring Charterville Care on 01993 775515.

 

Who to contact

Telephone
01993 775515
E-mail
info@chartervillecare.co.uk
Website
Charterville Care's Horticultural Therapy Nurseries

Where to go

Name
Cutteslowe Park
Address
(Oxford City Council)
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX2 8ES

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Open all year

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people
Disabled children/young people
Adults
Older people

Supporting people with
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions

Last checked on 26/04/2017

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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