Gardening for Disabled Trust

The Gardening for Disabled Trust was created to help people with disabilities back into their gardens. They do this by offering small grants to cover the cost of adaptations or equipment.  This might include:

  • accessibility ramps
  • raised beds
  • handrails on steps
  • adapted tools
  • seeds and bulbs

They rarely pay for decking, and never pay for clearing, cutting down trees, general maintenance, provision of a gardener or fencing.

How it works

The trust usually pay the supplier directly when the work is completed, or send you vouchers which can be redeemed at a retailer close to you.

Apply for a grant

See instructions for the application process on the Gardening for Disabled Trust website.

You can also apply by writing to the address below.

Who the service provides for

All ages with SEND.

How the service is accessed


Operational locations

  • National


The Secretary at Gardening for Disabled Trust
PO BOX 285
Tunbridge Wells