Grants are available for people of all ages working in, or retired from the gardening, horticulture industry and their spouses, partners and children. These include: employed and self-employed gardeners, nursery staff, parks and grounds care staff, landscapers, tree surgeons and people working in intensive production horticulture.

Grants may be given for a variety of items, such as mobility aids, essential domestic appliances such as white goods and transport costs to enable someone to keep working.

Perennial offers a range of learning and development initiatives to help those working and studying in horticulture, who are in need of financial support to help with horticultural training.

Last updated on 7 July 2020

Who is eligible?

Anyone who is working in, or has worked in, the horticulture industry in the UK, and their spouses, partners and dependent children.

How to apply?

Perennial Advice Line

Contact the Perennial Advice Line free of charge and in complete confidence on 0800 093 8543 (Mon – Fri 9am – 5.00pm) or to find out more today. Every Wednesday we operate a late advice line from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday

Other information

Perennial also offers advice and support whether you are experiencing  problems with housing or accommodation, disability, long-term illness,  bereavement or the unique challenges that come with old age. 

Perennial’s debt advice service is free, impartial and completely confidential, and the guidance you receive will be tailored to your individual circumstances.


Contact details

Perennial Gardeners Royal Benevolent Society
115-117 Kingston Road
KT22 7SU

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