We are delighted and honoured to officially team up with three brilliant local organisations for Larmer Tree 2020.
Wondering how you can help? There’s a donation option when you purchase your ticket and you can donate from as little as £3.
All proceeds will be split equally between the three causes.
Hazel Hill Wood
Not far from Larmer Tree Gardens, there is a magical woodland where people can build their personal resilience, improve their wellbeing and their understanding of sustainability. Hazel Hill Trust is the registered charity that looks after this woodland ecosystem.
From supporting people on the front line of social care to running an extensive programme of voluntary conservation days, they harness the power of Hazel Hill Wood to help look after individuals, society and the natural world.
In this time of climate emergency, the importance of returning to and learning from nature has never been more important. By making a donation to Hazel Hill Trust you will help open these programmes to more people and safeguard this magical environment for future generations.
Find out more at https://www.hazelhill.org.uk/
More Bees Please!
The health of the planet is on all our minds right now and as veterans of this cause, our friends at Secret Garden Salisbury are planning to create a School Pollinator programme, to include wild workshops and tool kits to enable our next generation to look after our bees.
Bees fly the flag for all our precious wild pollinators and since the Secret Garden Salisbury project was started in 2015 they’ve already got a DEFRA #BeesNeeds award under their belt for their Salisbury Bee Trail. They don’t want to stop there though and aim to offer their ‘Bee Explorers’ badge to as many primary schools in the local area as they can.
Find out more at https://www.kingdomofsticks.com/
The Rose Gale Trust
The Rose Gale Trust are a registered charity set up to honour the memory of Rose Gale, a very special person and highly respected Youth Worker. Rose was the co-founder of the Bass Connection, a popular youth music project in Salisbury. The trust’s mission is to empower young people to be full members of society.
They made their first grant in 2010 and remain committed to working to empower young people fulfil their potential. They raise funds to give grants to young people in South Wiltshire and their funding criteria includes helping with training, funding a specific project or supporting young people in crisis.
Find out more at http://www.rosegaletrust.org/