Grow Selsey is a therapeutic project for people of all ages interested in gardening and wildlife. We run The Hidden Garden, a community gardening project helping and encouraging local people to become involved with growing fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers along with providing spaces for wildlife to thrive. The garden is looked after by a dedicated group of volunteers who
meet each week to enjoy the garden space and each other’s company.
We encourage people to share and swap spare seeds, plants and gardening equipment throughout the year and we have a variety of flowers, vegetable plants, trees and fruit bushes available for a donation to our visitors. If you
visit The Hidden Garden you will find lots of ideas for growing fresh organic vegetables, fruit and herbs along with innovative ways to garden in a more sustainable way and see a variety of wildlife habitats and ways to
increase biodiversity in your garden.
If you would like to become involved as a volunteer, new faces are always welcome. We meet on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10am at The Bridge Support Centre behind Selsey Library on School Lane (PO20 9EH) or
contact Paul on 07815790770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.