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Lindengate

Wendover

Lindengate's mission statement is to 'Foster an improved state of mental health and wellbeing through the healing power of nature and horticulture'. The charity's 5 acre site, has been developed into a series of wild spaces in synergy with more formalised gardens and is described as an oasis in a busy world. It successfully supports many people on their road to recovery.
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    Lindengate has developed a garden that helps support people to regain their self confidence and self esteem and reduce their isolation. Using the principles and practices of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture, Service Users (Gardeners) over the age of 16 are welcome, and there is no time limit on how long they can come.

    Leaving their diagnosis at the gate and being treated individually on an equal footing, Gardeners can participate in activities that include, horticulture, conservation, construction, art and crafts and cooking in a managed and tranquil environment.

    What used to be old allotments have been transformed to create a biodiverse, ecofriendly haven that has successfully encouraged many additional species on to the site. Wild ponds, flower meadows and a nature reserve thrive in harmony with, for example, a sensory garden, alpine border, extensive kitchen gardens, and water features. All further enhanced by inspiring art and craft and construction projects that Gardeners have made.

    The addition of working in partnership with other conservation groups to support the wider picture, also provides important interest and learning opportunities for not only Gardeners but also the many incredible volunteers that are at the heart of Lindengate's success.

    Featured on radio (July 2018)https://www.mix96.co.uk/news/local/2630950/friday-13th-is-lucky-for-someespecially-in-wendover/
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Features and Attractions

The garden has a sensory garden which includes a log wall, stumpery and various sensory experiences including waterball and rill.

Lindengate- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Lindengate Charity
01296 622443
info@lindengate.org.uk
http://www.lindengate.org.uk

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How to find us

Lindengate
The Old Allotment Site, Worlds End Garden Centre
Aylesbury Road
Wendover
Buckinghamshire
HP22 6BD

4m SE of Aylesbury on A413.
Accessibility information

Accessible refreshment and welfare facilities, and 60% of the site has accessible pathways.

More about Lindengate

Lindengate has developed a garden that helps support people to regain their self confidence and self esteem and reduce their isolation. Using the principles and practices of Social and Therapeutic Horticulture, Service Users (Gardeners) over the age of 16 are welcome, and there is no time limit on how long they can come.

Leaving their diagnosis at the gate and being treated individually on an equal footing, Gardeners can participate in activities that include, horticulture, conservation, construction, art and crafts and cooking in a managed and tranquil environment.

What used to be old allotments have been transformed to create a biodiverse, ecofriendly haven that has successfully encouraged many additional species on to the site. Wild ponds, flower meadows and a nature reserve thrive in harmony with, for example, a sensory garden, alpine border, extensive kitchen gardens, and water features. All further enhanced by inspiring art and craft and construction projects that Gardeners have made.

The addition of working in partnership with other conservation groups to support the wider picture, also provides important interest and learning opportunities for not only Gardeners but also the many incredible volunteers that are at the heart of Lindengate's success.

Featured on radio (July 2018)https://www.mix96.co.uk/news/local/2630950/friday-13th-is-lucky-for-someespecially-in-wendover/
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