NEW LEAF IS NOW OPEN MONDAYS, TUESDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS FROM 10 AM - 4 PM

DUE TO STAFFING SHORTAGES WE ADVISE CALLING AHEAD TO ENSURE THE SITE IS OPEN BEFORE YOUR VISIT.

FEEL FREE TO CALL AHEAD ON:01704 562406

New Leaf at a Glance

New Leaf Garden Centre is a member of our creative services family and part of our North Hub, situated on Southport’s Rotten Row, next to Victoria Park, home of the annual Southport Flower Show.

We offer daily activities for adults who have support needs due to learning and/or physical disabilities, or those on the Autism Spectrum, to achieve their potential.

New Leaf is run by a team of staff and our people who attend the garden centre to grow, develop and maintain the enterprise, welcoming customers and visitors.

What New Leaf Offers

 

 Grow and tend plants and vegetables in our garden, polytunnels, and Victorian greenhouse.

Develop and nurture wildlife/wildflower area

Create garden crafts, furniture, planters, and items to sell, using recycled items that are donated by members of the community

Provide an onsite shop serving the local community

We offer our gardeners, education about growing a range of plants and how to care for them in our two polytunnels. We also offer a learning experience on how to make hanging baskets to Christmas Wreaths to sowing seeds, growing, planting, nurturing, taking cuttings and using safe gardening equipment.

A key feature of New Leaf is our shop where helpful gardeners and staff provide a warm and friendly welcome to everyone who visits.

New Leaf Garden Centre is part of our North Hub, situated on Southport’s Rotten Row, next to Victoria Park, home of the annual Southport Flower Show.

We offer daily activities for adults who have support needs due to learning and/or physical disabilities, or those on the Autism Spectrum, to achieve their potential.

New Leaf is run by a team of staff and our people who attend the garden centre to grow, develop and maintain the enterprise, welcoming customers and visitors whilst gaining essential skills along the way, which could lead to employment, or volunteering opportunities. We work closely with Schools and colleges and give students the opportunity to try different vocations.

Please contact Stuart Heffy (Activities Lead) if you would like to know more about New Leaf or are interested in becoming a volunteer. Tel: 01704 562406 or Email: stuart.heffy@ndirections.org

New Directions, Head Office, 3rd Floor, Burlington House,
Crosby Road North,, Waterloo, L22 0PJ