Eglinton Community Gardens is a collaborative project steered by partners from local authority, third sector, publicly funded and charitable organisations whose main objective within the garden setting is to provide opportunities for members of the community that help improve mental and physical health and wellbeing. The gardens provide a safe and welcoming space for individuals to feel part of the community, encouraging integration for those who are isolated through culture, social connections, or stigma. Each partner offers activities that contribute towards learning new skills or building knowledge, with the potential to assist them into employment or further education. The stress-free environment of the garden also offers individuals a place that supports recovery, either from accident, injury, addiction or trauma and helps contribute towards development of resilience. The garden aims to be as inclusive as possible and aspires to accommodate for all age groups, all abilities, individuals or families, to come together and reap the benefits of what we know gardening activities, being outdoors and in contact with nature can offer.