The Comfrey Project
The Comfrey Project runs a community garden and allotment sites where refugees and people who are seeking asylum can come to learn new skills, share what they know with others, and start to build a better life.
The Comfrey Project provides a safe, welcoming place for people who have fled conflict and persecution to improve their physical and mental wellbeing, develop new skills and put down roots in their new community.
Our approach is based on the use of horticulture-based activities including gardening, bee-keeping, cooking, crafts and construction, to improve people’s lives.
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