We provide support for individuals to work in a safe environment, to gain confidence, qualifications and learn new skills to access other local community groups or find work opportunities.
We grow a variety of fruit and vegetables using open beds, raised beds and poly-tunnels. Individuals choose to purchase these crops themselves, sharing them with family and friends, or sell them locally.
Individuals are supported to keep laying hens on site following poultry welfare codes.
The project has 5 legbar chickens this allows individuals to gain experience of animal welfare, including the feeding, general wellbeing and seasonality of egg laying.
Sessions in photography are available in the beautiful surroundings of the project. After taking wonderful pictures of the countryside individuals then edit their photographs developing new or existing computer skills.
Arts and Craft
Using the impressive views and natural surroundings as inspiration, individuals experiment with different drawing techniques to create a range of seasonal images.
We utilise a variety of arts and crafts to make seasonal decorations using locally sourced materials produced in such a way as to enhance the skill sets of individuals at the project.
During the winter months the poly-tunnels accommodate woodwork activities with individuals restoring garden furniture and maintaining the up keep of raised beds and sheds.
Drive ECO Project
Telephone: 01443 800235