Important COVID-19 update – 18 June 2020

The Garden is still closed to all visitors to prevent the spread of infection.

During the period of closure, the Trustees have been assessing the risks associated with reopening and have developed safe methods of working, to protect staff, students and volunteers.

A small number of local volunteers will be invited to help prepare the Garden for reopening, working under stringent conditions of hygiene and distancing, and the strict control by a Volunteer Co-ordinator.

Please do not come to the Garden unless you have been invited by the Co-ordinator, as you will not be admitted.

Thank you for your understanding.

What do we do?

Green Routes is a Scottish charity, based in Gartmore, near Aberfoyle, Stirling.

We provide education and training for people with learning difficulties and young adults with additional support needs, including training in horticulture, gardening, landscaping and the development of social skills.

Our work develops employment skills for those who would otherwise find it difficult to enter employment, and develops self-confidence and social skills.