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About with Friends is a Cromer based charity working with children, young people and adults with learning disabilities, some of whom may also have physical or sensory disabilities or behaviours that ...

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About with Friends Gardening Volunteer

About with Friends Gardening Volunteer

Organisation role · Flexible hours
22d Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9JN, United Kingdom
GardeningSupport workSocial contact
WellbeingCommunity & familyPeople with disabilities
Good health and well-beingGender equality
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Summary

Our Gardening Team provides a number of gardening services to local customers and commercial organisations. This role provides a variety of horticultural tasks.

Detailed description

Gardening with Friends runs several teams of staff and volunteers supporting a number of members carrying out weeding, planting, mowing, pruning and many other gardening tasks.


As well as our customer base the teams also look after the AWF allotment in East Runton where we grow fruit and vegetables for the catering team.


As part of the team, members are able to experience more about the world of work and to develop their abilities. The role is suitable for those who enjoy a more "hands on" approach and who have patience and understanding in supporting members with a range of tasks, helping to build their skills and confidence.


If you would like to make a real difference to the lives of our members and meet new people then we would love to here from you.

What we will provide to volunteers

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About About with Friends

About with Friends is a Cromer based charity working with children, young people and adults with learning disabilities, some of whom may also have physical or sensory disabilities or behaviours that challenge. Our aim is to support our members to live the life they choose, developing skills and confidence for independence and to have friendships and be a part of their local community.