Just one year from when we started, we are delighted to invite you for a look at our wonderful Teen Garden at Luck’s Yard Clinic in Milford.
Every week we host 2 groups of teens who are struggling with social anxiety and stress to come and enjoy some ‘time out’ in the garden.
We have had a wonderful response which is all the evidence we need to know that time spent in nature really works – see some of their comments below.
On Saturday 15th May, the Mayor and Mayoress of Godalming are coming at 3pm, and throughout the event we will have live jazz, courtesy of James Luck.
We would love local people to come and wander around, help yourself to something from our floral cake garden and a glass of our refreshing fruit cocktail.
Please do reserve a FREE space so that we can get the catering right on the day … and we look forward to welcoming you all.
You can also learn more about the event on Facebook – https://fb.me/e/53FZjW5hy
Could you be our new Green Hub secretary?
We are looking for a Committee Secretary for the Green Hub in Milford – could you be that person?
The Green Hub Project for Teens is a new – and small – charitable organisation with BIG ambitions.
We have been operational in Milford and Godalming for under a year but have already achieved significant operational milestones. Our therapy garden supporting teens with social anxiety is currently fully booked; we have delivered our first series of empowering talks to teens; our infrastructure is largely in place and our team of volunteers has grown to nearly 40.
We are now looking for a Secretary to support our committee. It is a vital, voluntary role, ensuring that our meetings are properly planned and recorded and that decisions fit within our legal framework.
We are also just about to embark on our journey to become fully registered as a charity and the Secretary will be a vital support to our Co-Chairs and Committee members, helping us to navigate the legalities and get set up properly for the future.
Have you recently retired, or have some spare time on your hands? And do you enjoy the detail and getting the ‘important stuff’ right?
If you like the sound of being a big cog in a small local wheel – somewhere you can make a real difference – and have an interest in young people and mental health, then we’d love to have a conversation with you.