TWIGS Community Gardens has opened its gates to visitors again but only by appointment. To book a visit, please see the details here.
During this unprecedented time (COVID-19) we are more in need than ever to try and keep our charities going – please make an online donation here if you can, thank you.
We will continue to keep you informed of any changes via social media and our website.
Friends of Twigs
TWIGS (Therapeutic Work In Gardening in Swindon) provides horticultural and related craft therapy and the Olive Tree Café (which we helped set up in 2011) provides positive work-related opportunities for people recovering from mental illness – something that affects one in four of us at some time in our lives, directly or indirectly. Both projects give people a chance to regain confidence and self-esteem and to learn new skills and can be transforming: “TWIGS provided a lifeline when my life was filled with despair and hopelessness… I found the space and support I needed to believe that a different future was possible.”
Friends of Twigs has helped to cover additional staffing and training costs, and to pay for garden structures, tools and seeds, livestock, kitchen equipment, IT, and much else.
Personal data is very much in the news at the moment so here is our policy on how we look after your data.