Muddy Fork

A Green Approach To Mental Wellbeing

We help people to improve their wellbeing and mental health through volunteer conservation and wildlife gardening in Nottinghamshire.

People are changing their lives step by step, doing useful work with supportive company, surrounded by nature at the Muddy Fork garden. We have witnessed,


*People fearful of leaving the house start to enjoy getting out and about
*People with no purpose start to get satisfaction from voluntary work
*Silent people start to chat


Seeing people change keeps us working to help it happen.

What We Do

Corporate Days

Muddy Fork Pantry

Latest News

Community Grant Award.


Muddy Fork are delighted to confirm that we have been awarded with a Community Grant, thanks to Councillors, 

Mike Quigley, Helen Richards, June Evans and Robin Carrington-wilde. 



Muddy Fork to remain open during lockdown.

To confirm, Muddy Fork will be remaining open during this lockdown, we can safely have up to 15 participants per session. Sessions are running on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. 

We are also accepting new referrals.



Muddy Fork donate last of the Christmas Hampers to Care Homes on Xmas Eve.


Whilst unable to do lots of our traditional activities in the garden this year, it has seen the successful take of the 'Muddy Fork Pantry'.


We have had a large amount of orders for lots of our produce, preserves, honey and beeswax candles. 



Partners, Supporters & Sponsors

We are grateful for the generous support of our partner organisations and proud to be working with such great people!

More about our Partners & Sponsors...