HOPE is a thriving organic garden on Scotland’s east coast. It is an environmentally friendly project, providing horticulture training and work experience. All our trainees are people with learning disabilities who live in the Angus area. HOPE has a positive and growing profile in the community, and our shop in the garden sells the organic vegetables and fruit that we grow.
Monday and Wednesday 10am – 6.30pm
Thursday – Gardening by referral
Friday 10a.m – 5pm
Garden closes for lunch 12pm – 12.30 pm
Contact : Ruth Nay, Garden Coordinator , Tel: 07796627023
Briefly, our hall is a very well appointed village hall which has a large main hall / function room, a smaller hall and meeting rooms. Free WiFi throughout, a fully equipped kitchen & disabled access. Car park and garden (currently being upgraded) Contact can be made via our webpage, telephone or Facebook. An online booking form, availability diary and terms and conditions can also be found on our webpage. We can accommodate all kinds of functions, meetings, conferences and events.
Dedicated to contemporary art and ideas, Hospitalfield is a place to work, study, learn, visit and enjoy. An historic artist’s house in Arbroath, we hosting artists’ residencies and study groups, exhibitions and events.
Volunteers are vital to the work that we do at Hospitalfield, bringing skills, knowledge and enthusiasm and providing their time with the greatest generosity. Activities include gardening, walking groups, history and heritage, collections care, events and exhibitions. We welcome people from all walks of life to take part and there are plenty of ways to get involved.