We are National Lottery People’s Project Finalists!!! PLEASE VOTE FOR US FROM 15th - 26th MAY

Do something wonderful today: Vote for Grow Cardiff!!

The Grow Well project has been selected as one of just five projects across Wales eligible to receive The National Lottery People’s Project funding this year. With your support we could receive a whole year’s worth of running costs for Grow Well – that’s huge! It would mean we could reach so many more people.

Grow Well supports people in disadvantaged communities in Cardiff struggling with mental or physical health, loneliness or isolation through community gardening. For more information about the project click here With Grow Cardiff’s support, people who take part in the project find themselves again, build community and beautiful shared garden spaces. The project has already transformed so many lives and we want to do so much more. With your help we can!

Please take a moment out of your day to vote for us by clicking on this link.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a 2-step voting process. You must verify your vote by confirming via email, or it won’t count.

Do something wonderful today to change someone’s life for the better: Vote for Us!!



If you’re from a nursery, primary or secondary school with an idea about growing, we’d love to hear from you.

Brand new to gardening and can’t look after a  cactus? – We can help you!

Some experience of growing, but looking for support and new ideas? Look us up!

Experienced growers looking for a new development? – Talk to us!

Edible Playgrounds

Edible Playgrounds has burst into life in Cardiff schools!

Trees for Cities’ Edible Playgrounds programme offers a lively, engaging, multi-sensory way to teach children about growing and eating healthy food. Grow Cardiff is partnering with Trees for Cities to deliver Edible Playgrounds across primary schools in Cardiff.
Read more about Edible Playgrounds here.

We have delivered 23 Edible Playground projects in Cardiff

Using a whole school approach over 12 months, we provide hands-on training to teachers and children. Through our support, schools can independently and successfully sustain a productive, biodiverse garden, linked to the new curriculum for Wales.

“Outdoor learning is an integral part of the Curriculum for Wales, and the Edible Playground allows us to follow the interests of the learners. It has given us more purpose to taking the children outdoors and doing cross-curricular activities with numeracy/literacy outdoors which may not have been attempted previously. The onus has been transferred from a few members of staff to a staff-wide approach” Teacher, Ysgol Y Wern


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