The Garden Club help care for Hospitalfield’s historic Walled Garden, Kitchen Garden and surrounding grounds.
The historic gardens at Hospitalfield are made fruitful and more beautiful with the fantastic support of the Garden Club. From helping weed the gardens, potting up plants for our popular plant sale stall, and assisting with seasonal tasks, there’s plenty of ways to get involved and something for everyone no matter your skill level – all that is needed is a love of being outside and enthusiasm.
As the gardens are being transformed by Nigel Dunnett’s designs as part of our future plan, we are running specific garden projects for the Garden Club to support this activity. Check our what’s on page for details of the next event. Regular garden volunteering days will resume in 2019.
Contact Annie Crabtree (Volunteer Coordinator) for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01241 656 124.
“I have been volunteering at Hospitalfield for about 3 years and gardening is something I am very passionate about. Being able to come to Hospitalfield is a great benefit to me as it expands my knowledge of gardening, it’s also occupies my time and energy, which I have a lot of. Everyone that works at Hospitalfield is very nice and it’s a pleasure to volunteer for them. Volunteering at Hospitalfield in the garden is important to me as without the help I have had at Hospitalfield, I would not be where I am today.”
Garry, Garden Volunteer