On Tuesday, the Prince and Princess of Wales will travel to Wales to assist in the opening of several therapy gardens and allotments.
The project aims to offer south Wales's local communities mental health support.
The couple will travel to the Brynawel Rehab Center, close to Pontyclun, where the first garden will be created.
Their charity collaborates with Life at No. 27 years old, a counselor for mental health and horticulture.
Plans for the Brynawel garden, which will be presented to the prince and princess, will show off a number of allotments, a community sensory and herbal garden, a mud kitchen, and an interactive learning area.
Life at No. 1 was started by Annabelle Padwick. 27, claimed that gardens were essential for providing a secure environment for people dealing with mental health issues.
As the founder, I have personally witnessed how using therapy gardens can significantly enhance one's sense of self and mental health.
"Our distinctive therapy gardens and allotments are essential because they provide a secure setting for people dealing with mental illness to process and explore traumatic events with qualified therapists while also learning new skills. ".
"Working with The Prince and Princess of Wales is so important because their support enables us to collaboratively raise awareness of the work we do, the growing vital need that we aim to meet, and how much the experiences and relationships we have can shape our future," said Ms. Padwick. ".
A residential facility for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction is the Brynawel Rehabilitation Center.
In the future, residents from the surrounding community who are dealing with mental illness, low confidence, or isolation will also be granted access to the garden through GP referrals.
The project, according to the Royal Foundation, is one of many that are intended to have a "lasting impact" on the communities the couple travels to on official royal engagements.
The Royal Foundation's chief executive, Amanda Berry, stated that "Their Royal Highnesses are passionate about creating a lasting impact in the communities they visit, playing an instrumental role in bringing local stakeholders together to amplify the work of organizations and ensure support reaches those who need it most.
Spending time in nature is known to have a number of advantages, including lowering depression and anxiety. Their Royal Highnesses continue to prioritize our society's mental health.