The Elderberries Project has been given a new lease of life thanks to a generous donation from The Stuart Halbert Foundation.

The Elderberries Project, which depends entirely on external funding, has put the donation to good use by developing and re-launching an improved programme. The contribution supports the scheme for the next three years and will work to help those who find themselves isolated in their old age, unable to commit to regular physical activity due to inaccessibility or cost, or just those who are eager to keep active in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

The new programme of activities will be highly varied, focusing on health and wellbeing, intergenerational experiences, life-long learning and social participation.

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For more information about the Elderberries project, its programme of activities and how to get involved please contact Lewis Kirkbride on 01665 511857, or alternativey click HERE to send Lewis an email. 

The Alnwick Garden is more than a garden, it is a registered charity that places people at its heart, whether they be individuals or part of a community. As well as standing for contemporary gardening excellence, The Garden stimulates change through play, learning, the arts, healthy activity, addressing disability and the economic renaissance of a rural community.

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