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Amanda Fields

Trekking up Snowdon for Thrive

Trekking up Snowdon for Thrive because we wish to raise funds in support of our clients

118 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 74 supporters
  • Team members: Thrive Birmingham volunteers, staff and friends
  • Event: Snowdon, 14 May 2016


We use gardening to help disabled people to make positive changes to their lives

Charity Registration No. 277570


We are undertaking a trek up Snowdon to help raise awareness for our Birmingham Centre based in the historic TV Gardens at Kings Heath Park and to raise fund for horticultural materials to support our projects.

Our current and aspirational future projects include:

Grow and Learn - a 2 year programme for students aged 14-19 with learning and physical disabilities who gain a City & Guilds Level 1 in Practical Horticulture Skills

Life After Stroke - a 12 week programme for stroke survivors

Sow & Grow - a short programme delivered in the local community for the over 50's

Working with Women -  a 12 week programme working with women who have suffered domestic abuse

Our Trekkers are:  Amanda Fields,  Jacob Hickman, Rachel Jeyes, Glenda Kelleher, Malcom Payne & Deborah Stubbs.

All of our volunteers, staff and friends who are unable to undertake the trek will be supporting us by helping with the fundraising so a big thank you to everyone taking part.

See how we are getting on with our training in our blog:

We have a £2,000 target so your support will be of tremendous help for our centre.


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