Adam Frost supports the MindSpace charity

Garden designer and BBC Gardeners’ World presenter, Adam Frost has joined with Stamford wellbeing charity MindSpace to stage an event in support of their vital works.

Adam Frost
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Adam Frost will be hosting an evening on Thursday the 21st of March, at Rutland Nursery and all funds raised from the ticket sales will go directly towards MindSpace

Frost, an award-winning British garden designer, television presenter and motivational speaker is passionate about inspiring both adults and children to create and enjoy their gardens.  “I’m so happy to be supporting this really important local charity. It does a huge amount for the community of Stamford and beyond, and I know just how importance mental health is. For me, my family and gardening have been a life saver over some challenging times. I’m really looking forward to this evening – and hopefully raising plenty of money for the charity”, explains Frost.

A keen believer of the value of gardening and being in the outdoors for physical and mental wellbeing, Adam is supporting MindSpace for this exclusive evening in which he will be in conversation with Chris Young, a MindSpace Trustee, gardens consultant and former editor of RHS The Garden magazine. Young says: “We are so excited that Adam is supporting MindSpace with this event. We’ll be talking all things gardening, from his favourite plants to what it’s like to be a TV presenter, as well as encouraging questions from the floor on any gardening topic! It is set to be an intimate and very special occasion.” 

MindSpace firmly believes in the connection between people and nature. As Young explains: “Being outside, gardening, growing plants, enjoying the seasons and being part of a group can all be hugely beneficial for combating isolation, loneliness or depression. Clinical research proves that for many people suffering from anxiety or mental health issues, being outside and part of nature really does help. As part of our community-based work, our Stamford Wellbeing Garden gives people access to a safe, beautiful and important outside space.” 

For event and booking information, we refer you to the event details on the MindSpace website.