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Pulp Friction are off to the Chelsea Flower Show

We’re delighted that Pulp Friction will be taking its Growing Skills Garden to the Chelsea Flower Show this week.

Community Catalysts supported mother and daughter duo Jill and Jessie to start Pulp Friction in 2009. It’s a Nottinghamshire enterprise which offered young disabled adults the opportunity to develop work-skills. It started out as a mobile smoothie bar venture and has grown into something amazing.

The Growing Skills Garden is a celebration of the skill, determination and passion of the Pulp Friction Members. Inspired by the smoothie bikes that founded Pulp Friction Smoothie Bar CIC, it is formed around centrifugal forces, with colours and textures of edible planting spread throughout the garden. This symbolises the connection between Pulp Friction and the wider community they reside in.

Congratulations to Pulp Friction and wishing them every success at the Show.

The Pulp Friction 'Growing Skills' garden
The Pulp Friction Growing Skills Garden