A Place To Grow is a free to use sustainable Community Garden with the purpose to support positive Health and Wellbeing. This will be done by encouraging people to learn new things by producing and eating healthy food, being physically active, getting involved in the community and meeting new people in a friendly, informal and safe environment.
The site is aimed at supporting and encouraging those living with or affected by a health condition to enjoy the outdoors.
"A Place to Grow has helped me gain knowledge to grow my own produce in my garden at home"
| Opening Times
|| 10:00 - 13:00
|| 10:00 - 13:00
|| 09:30 - 12:30
"I really don't know what I'd do if it wasn't for this place"
To access the project the following criteria must be met;
- Able to follow instructions
- Able to use gardening tools safely
- Respectful towards other site users
- Able to communicate with other site users
- Able to work without 1-2-1 supervision
"I enjoy A Place to Grow as it allows me to socialise with other people"
What will the site provide?
For new referrals (available 3 days per week).
Community Garden sessions
Existing users and those progressing from the induction programme (available 3 days per week).
For people who want to help out on site with tasks and support those using the site. If you are interested in volunteering at A Place To Grow please complete the volunteer application form below in downloads
For residents with more complex needs.
"It's helped me to learn and grow as a person."
Downloads Service Users
Volunteer application form
Completed forms to be emailed to email@example.com or posted to Health and Leisure Services, The Pavilion, Huncote, Leicester, LE9 3BN
Find us at:
A Place to Grow, Mill Lane, Enderby, LE19 4LX
Next to Enderby Leisure Centre
Turn into Enderby Leisure Centre, the site is situated at the bottom of the car park.
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