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Community Gardens at CCS Diability Action

August 27, 2013 at 1:43 PM

CCS Disability Action's community garden in Royal Oak uses sustainable and permaculture gardening practices, and is used to showcase accessibility in a gardening context.

The garden features raised beds. These are ideal for growing vegetables. They offer access and enjoyment in gardening to anyone, regardless of ability. The garden focuses on community development and education for sustainable gardening sharing its health and social benefits to the wider community.

CCS Disability Action is committed to building an inclusive community and the garden provides an opportunity for people from diverse backgrounds to come together to 

the garden is a resource that many in the community utilise and share, in its Master Gardener Programme and they also sell their organic produce the Garden Shop which opens from 10am-3pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

To pick what goodies are available in the garden contact Julia the Community Gardens Supervisor on Phone 09 625 9811  Mob 021 329 398 or via email.

or check their website for more information

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