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A 'Plot' to Help Feed a Community - Share an Allotment with Pathways

23-Nov-2017

Accommodation charity Pathways to Independence have an allotment which they are offering to share with another organisations.

Pathways to Independence work with individuals and groups who are marginalised and disadvantaged. They work to play an active role in seeking an inclusive and equal society by providing a service to people who are homeless or in housing and who are offenders.

The project has an allotment in Gillingham which they visit and attend to a few times a month, with residents from the accommodation projects as well as volunteer support.

Pathways have found the responsibilities for the allotment are literally starting to grow - and so they are looking to share the allotment grounds with any like-minded organisations that would be interested, whether for their own or shared groups over the next two years.

Pathways feel that a joined up approach would be the right way forward and would offer great potential for any organisations connected to the allotment, as well as ensure the future of the project.

For more information and sharing arrangements, you can contact Michael Bourne, Pathways Deputy Services Manager, on 01634 819649, or visit their website.

 


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