Cultivation Street Ambassador Scheme: New for 2016!

Are you a community or school gardening project that wants professional advice and support?

This year the Cultivation Street campaign is expanding to build a national network of gardening mentors to support community projects.

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The scheme will unite garden centres and communities to work together on neighbourhood and school gardening projects. Over a 150 garden centres across the country have already have already pledged their support to the scheme.

Click to find your Nearest Garden Centre Ambassador Centre:


Each participating garden centre has nominated a member of staff to become a Community Ambassador for all Cultivation Street entrants. The Ambassador will be the point of contact between the garden centre and communities, allowing communities to learn green fingered skills from garden centres and create a mutually beneficial relationship.

David Domoney said, “Many garden centres want to offer more help and support to local gardening projects, and members of those projects want to ask garden centres for help and advice. It’s a win, win situation.”

The new Garden Centre Ambassador Scheme only recently launched this year encouraging garden centres to help and support fantastic community projects across Britain. Click to find a garden centre near you.

Click to read how Aylett’s Nurseries helped Bedford Road become winners of Cultivation Street 2015

  1. The scheme is a clear and easy way for garden centres, communities, and school project to start building links.
  2. Community Ambassadors are on hand to be a dedicated point of contact for all community project queries. The Ambassador will provide help and advice for community project members. This may include design and planting advice, tips on creating wildlife and allotment areas and seasonal help on what to plant when.
  3. The communities can build closer ties with garden centres, providing the Community Ambassador with updates, photos and progress as the project becomes a joint venture.

Join our Community Gardening Campaign!

 If you are a Garden Centre click the link to register:



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