Life at No.27 positions gardening and grow your own as an alternative, affordable therapy option for people of all ages to access via self referral, GPs, psychiatrists and local councils, through the use of bespoke allotment sites and outdoor spaces.

Life at No.27 Adult Allotment Therapy – Northamptonshire

The first site based in the heart of the country, Northamptonshire is now open! If you are local to Towcester, struggling with your mental health and would like a way to build your confidence, please speak to your GP or get in touch to request a space and find out more information.

It’s all totally free and you don’t need any equipment, we provide all the basics to get you started. As part of the year long programme, you will be able to tend your own allotment anytime you like and will have to attend at least one or two therapy sessions at week with myself, a trained therapist.

Come along, have a chat and let’s see if you would like to join our allotment community.

Since gaining a small allotment at ‘Life at No.27’ my mental health and general well being has never been so good. The opportunity to work with a piece of land and turn it into a sustainable food source has been fantastic. I have planted and sowed seeds and week by week watched them turn into a full meal for my family and I. It has given me head space and perspective which no medication could and I am so grateful for this.

Anonymous, Life at No.27 allotment holder

1-2-1 Support

Do you live in Oxfordshire or South Northamptonshire and think you may benefit from 1-2-1 support? I can come to your home or meet you in a nearby outside space, where we will do a mixture of practical gardening and wellbeing based activities that are suitable for you. All designed to calm your mind, give you head space, build your confidence and learn new skills.

We will arrange a set weekly day and time that works for you. You don’t any equipment…just a determination to feel better and improve your life.

If you would like to find out more or book your first session, then get in touch via email or the contact form.

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