Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Update

Please note that Flower Pod, along with our other Reach centres is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus. We are extremely sad to have to close our centres for now.

Our Reach Care staff continue to support people with learning disabilities on a one-to-one basis.  Our regulated service managers are working with Nottinghamshire County Council and other agencies to co-ordinate our activities, ensuring that all recommended hygiene and safety practice is observed.

Our Day Service teams are exploring ways to use our resources to help our Reach Care service. Over the next few weeks we will assess what other help is needed and where Reach can be of practical assistance. We are also working with funders, supporters, partners and other people who want to help us.

Our Chief Executive and senior managers review government advice daily. They plan how to keep our organisation strong and our staff safe, so that we can support our service users and families safely now and in the future.

Please note that all planned fundraising events up to the end of June have been cancelled or postponed. For more information please see our events page on our website.

Please contact our Head Office on 01636 819066 if you have urgent questions regarding our service provision or e-mail info@reachuk.org.

For information about coronavirus please go to NHS About coronavirus (COVID-19) page.


Welcome to Flower Pod!

Our unique social enterprise in Southwell, Nottinghamshire offers people with learning disabilities the opportunity to enrich their lives through horticulture. The flowers we cultivate are bought by local people, brightening up homes, businesses and celebrations throughout the community.

Explore our website to buy beautiful locally grown seasonal flowers for any occasion. We pledge to be ‘eco-friendly’, you will not find cellophane or floral foam used in our designs! We prefer to use natural papers, hessian, raffia and up-cycled fabric to tie and wrap in our unmistakable Flower Pod style.

While you are here why not donate to support our work, or even get involved in what we do?

We’d love to hear from you about your first or next visit to Flower Pod, so get in touch any time on 01636 918271 or drop us an e-mail.

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WE CAN'T DO THIS ALONE! - WE NEED YOUR HELP!

“For a charity whose ethos is about bringing people together, closing our centres is heartbreaking.”

We have never known a time like this.

We urgently need your support to be able to help people with learning disabilities and their family carers in our community. Please help if you can.

TO DONATE GO TO: www.reachuk.org

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WE CANT DO THIS ALONE! - WE NEED YOUR HELP!  “For a charity whose ethos is about bringing people together, closing our centres is heartbreaking.”  We have never known a time like this.  We urgently need your support to be able to help people with learning disabilities and their family carers in our community. Please help if you can.  TO DONATE GO TO: www.reachuk.org  #ReachResponse #Notalone

To all our wonderful clients and volunteers, whom we’re missing very much, don’t worry: Grandad is keeping careful watch over the garden.

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To all our wonderful clients and volunteers, whom we’re missing very much, don’t worry: Grandad is keeping careful watch over the garden.  #caturday

All our best wishes and thanks to the staff Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust King’s Mill, as they work tirelessly and heroically.

We hope the spring bulbs our clients planted there in autumn are giving staff and patients a glimmer of joy and hope at this difficult time.

So kind of the Community Involvement team to send us the pics! Made our day. We’ll be back to carry on the project ASAP.

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All our best wishes and thanks to the staff Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust King’s Mill, as they work tirelessly and heroically.  We hope the spring bulbs our clients planted there in autumn are giving staff and patients a glimmer of joy and hope at this difficult time.  So kind of the Community Involvement team to send us the pics! Made our day. We’ll be back to carry on the project ASAP.  #clapfortheNHS
#clapforourcarers
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