Volunteering at Core Landscapes
Volunteer sessions weekly – come rain or shine!
Core Landscapes welcomes and depends on volunteer help with caring for our gardens and plant nursery, our street planting project in Wardle Street and the meadow and community orchard in Homerton Grove.
Valuing volunteers’ time, skills and ideas are an inherent part of Core Landscapes’ ethos. We aim to listen to our volunteers’ reasons for joining us and wherever possible, cater the activities to the particular areas of interest of the volunteer. Volunteers can have responsibility for particular areas within Core Landscapes for vocational and personal development.
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Tuesdays 10am – 12.30pm or 1pm – 3pm
For people who would like to help look after the Core gardens and street greening project, and our Homerton Grove planting and by doing do increase gardening knowledge and boost mental wellbeing in a friendly and social environment. Also for people who would like to gain community project experience for vocational purposes. Please note – These sessions are not suitable for beginner gardeners; Though a staff member is on hand to guide during these sessions we regrettably do not have the capacity for one-to-one support. If you require a more supported session suitable for beginner gardeners please look at our Beginner Gardening Sessions on Thursdays (for Core Arts members only) and our referral process.
Tuesdays 10am – 12.30pm, or 1pm – 3pm
Thursdays 10am – 12.30pm or 1.30pm – 3.30pm
For people with some (or lots of) gardening knowledge who would like to assist others in their learning and for people who would like to gain community project experience for vocational purposes.
NB This role requires a full DBS check and safeguarding training held at Core Arts.
Some Benefits of Volunteering with us:
- Learning new skills
- Meeting interesting people
- Improving mental health and wellbeing
- Expanding your CV
- Having a positive impact on your community
- Increasing self-esteem and confidence
- Making a difference
- Being valued
- Plant Propagation
- Plant identification
- Planting design
- Plant maintenance
We also value volunteer input in the areas of promotion, and event planning.
If you’re interested in volunteering or have any questions, please contact email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
We do guided tours of the garden. View upcoming dates and reserve a space here.
We also offer ten-week garden placement opportunities for those studying and/or interested in horticulture to put skills into practise. For more information, please click here.