Our primary service is providing skills development and work experience to adults with learning disabilities via various means of horticulture. Research has found that social and therapeutic horticulture helps individuals with a learning disability, regardless of age or disability, to develop their health and well-being using plants and horticulture.
Over recent years, we have expanded our range of client opportunities and now provide a wider scope of activities outwith gardening and horticulture. We currently offer client vacancies in; Gardening & Horticulture, Site Maintenance, Factory Production, Retail & Sales, Customer Deliveries, Catering and Office Administration. You can find out more about what each client opportunity involves by clicking here.
We also run a social enterprise garden centre in addition to our core business which sells products direct to the public from our retail outlet. All the products sold are produced by the clients who attend Silver Birch.