Islanders with learning disabilities are getting the chance to grow fruit and vegetables at an allotment in Jersey.
The aim of the project is to boost the mental health of those who may normally feel socially isolated as well as creating a sense of community.
The scheme will run for an hour-and-a-half a week at the Salvation Army base in Gorey, with some of the produce to be turned into soup and given out at the charity's café in St Helier.
Six islanders are currently taking part in the scheme, all of whom are aged between 20 and 70.
One 21-year-old from Trinity says he has had lots of fun taking part so far.
The project is being supported by Jersey's Learning Disability team and one of the clinical psychologists backing it says the outdoors can help everyone's mental well-being.
A member of the Salvation Army has said it is a really rewarding experience to help this group of people in the community garden.
Any islanders who would like to volunteer with the group are being asked to email Richard Nunn on firstname.lastname@example.org
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