Ridgeline Trust helps people with a variety of health conditions and disabilities to access the benefits of horticultural therapy in our beautiful, accessible garden in East Reading.
To offer the benefits of social and therapeutic horticulture to people experiencing poor mental or physical health and other special needs. To enable them to recover and develop their skills, boost their confidence and self-esteem and to enjoy social communication.
To maximise the use of the Ridgeline garden and our resources in order to provide professionally-led social and therapeutic horticulture across a wide cross-section of the local community.
Collaboration – we seek partnerships and ways of working which maximise our impact.
Inclusion – we treat everyone with dignity and respect, valuing diversity and differences for enriching our work.
Commitment to professional practice – we strive for high standards in all aspects of our work and seek opportunities for development and self-reflection to improve our practice.
Our Strategic Enablers
Strong professional practice
Good governance and sustainability
Explore our website for more information and if you, or someone you know, could benefit from attending one of our weekly horticultural therapy sessions, click here for more information.