200 visitors enjoy displays and cream tea at Chelsea Fringe
Published by Slough for Westward Housing Group in Housing and also in Communities, Education
Chelsea Fringe Photograph
Westward’s social enterprise project, Grow@Jigsaw, welcomed 200 people to it’s greenhouses for an open day on 23rd May.
Free cream teas were enjoyed as guests strolled around looking at and buying the plants grown by our green fingered volunteers at Bideford.
Grow@Jigsaw is a horticultural therapy project, Lottery-funded and currently works in partnership with students from Bicton College.
Displays showed how to ‘grow your own’ in small spaces and create flowering displays,
The open day was part of Chelsea Fringe, a brand new festival of events held at the time of the Chelsea Flower Show.