The Budleigh Salterton Flower and Produce Show has donated £100 to Seachange for a horticultural project on their allotment which benefits people with varying health needs.

The donation was presented to Marc Jobson, head of Seachange, who said he was 'thrilled' to receive it: "This will help us to further our efforts in promoting the health and well-being of our community through horticulture.

"We thank them for their generosity and hope to continue working together in the future."

The Seachange allotment project provides opportunities for people to connect with nature and benefit from the therapeutic effects of horticulture. It improves the health and wellbeing of a wide range of people, including those with physical disabilities, mental health issues, and other health challenges.

A representative of the Budleigh Salterton Flower and Produce Show said: "We are delighted to support Seachange and their important work in our community.

"Their horticultural project is a wonderful example of how gardening can have a positive impact on people's lives. We hope that our donation will help Seachange to continue their amazing work, and we look forward to building a successful relationship with them in the future."

More information about Seachange and the horticultural project can be found on their website.