Our mission is to use horticulture therapy to create positive meaningful changes to the lives of people living in the local community who are living with disabilities, who are vulnerable, isolated or disadvantaged.
We are passionate about relieving social exclusion, increasing wellbeing and reducing the disparity between those with and without disabilities in employment.
We provide education in growing, gardening, cooking and employability skills. We will do this through training opportunities for our users and ultimately the local community. We have strong working relationships with an expert team of horticulturalists, herbalists and florists who are highly experienced in working with individuals with learning disabilities, sensory and communication impairments.
Be-Empowered Farm Futures promotes equality and diversity for the public benefit by offering an inclusive, safe environment whereby each person can develop and learn new skills at their own pace and feel fully supported on their individual journey. We actively encourage new ideas and ways of working and strongly believe that diversity is strength.
In summary our ethos is, through our own personal behaviour and example, create an environment where everybody feels secure, valued and respected. Each persons individuality and diversity is celebrated. We will value and celebrate the contributions and commitment made by all members of the community including our users, volunteers and members of the wider community
Our commitment is to regularly review and evaluate the work of Be-Empowered Farm Futures, in order to maintain the high standards we expect of ourselves
We would love to show you the work that we do, come along to the Gardening Club on Wednesday between 10.30am -12pm and have a look around or join in.. We also run a kids gardening club from 3.30pm - 5pm each Thursday during term time.
Page Park, 1-17 Park Rd, Bristol, England BS16 5LB, United Kingdom