Digging for Dignity – Outreach Youth Worker Vacancy

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Incredible Edible New Mills have received funding from Derbyshire’s Youth Activity Fund to develop a cross generational gardening project based at Goyt Valley House residential home.  

The money did not match what was hoped for, but following a workshop organized by High Peak CVS a successful application has been made to the Vulnerability Fund set up by Police and Crime Commission. 

Last week Sue was able to thank Hardyal Dhindsa personally when he visited New Mills. She explained that the money would hep to employ an Outreach Youth Worker linked to the Digging for Dignity project.

If you want to engage in some gentle physical activity outdoors,  develop your family’s gardening skills or simply engage in friendly chat,  come and meet the team.

First gardening day Saturday 10 April 11am to 1pm, or if wet same time Saturday 17  April

There is plenty of space to work within Corvid guidelines – but please understand if they need to limit numbers. Due to Covid restrictions they will not be able to access toilet facilities or provide drinks and refreshments.

To find out more about Incredible Edible New Mills

Join the Facebook group  IncredibleEdibleNM 

Website   ienewmills.wordpress.com

Or email   incredible.edible.newmills@gmail.com to share your ideas or find out more

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