Green Health Thames Valley require a PART TIME PROJECT COORDINATOR for our Horticulture Therapy charity.
Initial 6 month contract with scope to extend subject to receipt of additional funding
Up to £11.00 per hour on a self-employed basis
09.30 – 16.30 Tuesdays and Thursdays
Please see the attached file for more information, or email us at email@example.com
GHTV project co-ordinator – Dec 20
The GHTV garden is open for booked in Clients and Volunteers until Thursday 17th December. We will then close for Christmas. We will reopen and be offering telephone support from Tuesday 5th January.
May we wish all our Clients, Volunteers, Supporters and Friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2021!
In-line with national restrictions, the Green Health Thames Valley garden is closed to Clients and Volunteers for 4 weeks. We will be continuing to provide support to Clients through booked telephone calls.
Prospective Clients can still be referred or can self-refer. Forms are available to download from this website.
We are currently working on plans to REOPEN the Green Health Thames Valley garden in July!
There will be new procedures in place to ensure that we are meeting government guidelines and to make sure that everyone feels safe and comfortable when on-site.
More details as plans develop.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and in line with government advice please note that the GHTV community garden is CLOSED to Clients at present.
We look forward to supporting Clients old and new once the situation has improved.
Please continue to check in with our social media channels for updates. General advice from the NHS can be found here https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
In the meantime – keep safe.
We are so pleased to win GOLD in the Small Community Garden category at Reading in Bloom! Thanks to all the team for their hard work. Here is our horticultural therapist Sara with the trophy.
We are delighted to receive a donation of 500 pelargoniums from Ascot Racecourse Ltd. Look at the colour that they are bringing to our gardens (and they will be back next year too)!