Stroke recovery is rooted in activity

We're offering free gardening materials to keep people active

Being stuck indoors is detrimental if you’ve had a stroke. With little cognitive stimulation and limited opportunities to exercise, too much recovery potential is being lost. 


Gardening is a great activity to do in these circumstances, particularly as the weather brightens up. That’s why we’re having seed trays delivered to people that have had a stroke. Currently we’re only offering this service in West Yorkshire but we’re looking to expand. 


We’ll deliver a pack that includes seeds, something to plant them in, compost and water bottles. The pack comes with a card showing how to sow the seeds in three simple steps. Fill out the form below if you’d like a seed tray sent to someone that you know who has suffered a stroke:

This initiative has been made possible thanks to the generosity of:

Sue Proctor Plants, Huddersfield

Greenscapes Nursery, Leeds

Earnshaws Fencing Centre, Midgely

What we're witnessing during this pandemic is horrific. Seeing how people band together in a time of need gives us hope. The applause goes not only to healthcare workers and emergency services, but to everyone that has made things a little easier with a small act of kindness.    



And we can't forget Captain Tom Moore who has shown the world what is possible with a few metres of grass. We salute you sir.

This information should not substitute that provided by your medical team. They have the benefit of working with the person that you care about.

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