Ayrshire: River Garden Auchincruive introduces two new residents, Ally and Hamish


Ayrshire, Scotland-based River Garden Auchincruive, a Nonprofit organisation, has this time collaborated effectively with the garden team and the Bothy Cafe. They also introduced their two new residents, Ally and Hamish and shared about their engagement in various activities in the river garden.

The Scotland-based River Garden is a nonprofit organisation which aims to serve and help people leave their addictions to drugs and alcohol and live a positively transformed life. This charity supports peers in one’s life to emerge from the situation.


The River Garden Auchincruive has recently collaborated with their garden team and the Bothy Cafe to undertake several activities in their garden sight. They also introduced their two new residents, Ally and Hamish.

Ally has been working as a volunteer with the River Garden for just under six months, and since joining, he has spent most of his time working in the gardens, planting, caring for and harvesting the crops.

Hamish has been working with them for three months and has spent most of his time working in The Bothy Café, preparing and cooking food in their busy café kitchen.

The River Garden Auchincruive extended their pleasure and shared that It’s incredible to welcome new residents into River Garden and watch them gradually begin to find peace and happiness within themselves.

Notably, In the River Garden Auchincruive, the residents, Through work, can recover and grow through communication with their peers, working as part of a team, taking on responsibility and taking pride in themselves and what they do. This is what the River Garden program is about.

Further, the River Garden also urged the audience to come down to The Bothy Café this weekend and try Hamish’s Roasted Parsnip with Chilli & Ginger Soup, made with fresh homegrown River Garden produce.





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