Dartmouth Green Partnerships is the name for what used to be Dartmouth in Bloom. In February 2013 it was re-formed and re-launched and in November 2015 it became a charity.
The aim of the group is, in line with the Royal Horticultural Society’s guidance, to strive towards horticultural excellence, community involvement and environmental responsibility. The Committee shares its enthusiasm for these aims with all sections of the Dartmouth population, and helping create community spirit and civic pride.
Dartmouth Green Partnerships helps to bring the joy of plants and flowers to the people of the town and its many visitors, in conjunction with the council’s town gardeners, local businesses and residents. The planting in the town reflects the changing of the seasons and there are always interesting and beautiful displays to be seen.We also aim to educate people by demonstrating environmental good practice, creating sustainable plant displays which are insect and bird friendly as well as our colourful annual displays.
We work closely with Dartmouth Town Council, South Hams District Council and Devon County Council and are grateful for the grants they give us. The dedicated Committee give their time as volunteers, supported by helpers. If you would like to become part of this joint effort, please contact us.
We have policies on assessing risks and good practice for our gardening activities and safeguarding the prople with whom we work. Contact the Secretary for details.