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About Us

Little Gate Flowers is one of the social enterprises emerging from Little Gate, a registered charity dedicated to enriching the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism.

We do this through providing Supported TrainingSupported Apprenticeship and Supported Employment opportunities for adults – with the aim of helping them find paid employment and a better future.

In addition, we support the parents of our trainees through our Parent Forum and run a fun-filled Little Gate Rangers youth scheme.

The home of our charity is at Little Gate Farm; 46 acres of pasture and ancient woodland in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Owned since the 1960s by the Cordell family, they have now turned their attention from sheep farming to the Little Gate charity. However, plenty of farm animals, as well as the local wildlife, still call Little Gate their home.

We also have a Hastings office from which we manage our Supported Employment programme.

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One of the ways we hope to move forward is looking at how we can measure our impact of the cut flower enterprise. Below are some of the ways we impact our trainees, Little Gate as a charity and the industry as a whole.


Reduced Carbon Footprint

By selling within a 10 mile radius, we ensure our carbon footprint is as low as possible


Sustained 6 Month Employment

Many of our trainees have gone on to have lasting and fulfilling paid employment positions.


Increased Work Skills

Our trainees learn a variety of work based transferable skills through the cut flower enterprise


Physical & Mental Wellbeing

Access to safe outdoor spaces, fresh air and exercise has radically changed the physical and mental wellbeing for many of our trainees.


Increased Social Skills

We work as a team. By working in small groups, we build confidence in our trainees to develop their social skills.



100% of profit goes back into the Little Gate charity, helping more people with learning disabilities and autism.

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