Squire’s Garden Centre in Frensham has joined forces with Surrey-based teen wellbeing charity the Green Hub Project for Teens to host a wellbeing talk focusing on how nature and gardening can improve mental wellbeing in young people.

The Green Hub is Squire’s Frensham’s 2024 charity of the year and the talk is part of Squire’s plant happy campaign, which focuses on the role plants and gardening play in wellbeing.

Green Hub co-founder Vanessa Lanham-Day will deliver the talk. She will focus on the teen mental health crisis, including what the five ways to wellbeing are and why they work. Vanessa will use the Green Hub Project as a case study, explaining the impact it has made so far.

The talk will take place in Squire’s Frensham’s cafe bar at 3.30pm on Thursday, June 13. Tickets are £5 and must be booked in advance in store. Profits will be donated to the Green Hub.