Making Change in How We Live, Where We Live, in Light of Climate Change

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Two local food growing workshops June 4th & June 10th - everyone welcome!

All the plants shared out through Pollinator Paths Wandsworth are settling into their new homes - a delightful fact to think about when you consider there are 60 participant plots in the borough!

June 4th: 
As part of the PPW project we're offering a diverse set of free monthly workshops at the 4 project hub gardens. (We'll share the year's plan.)

On Sunday 4th June there's a good-looking event with several practical themes at Bramford Community Garden near Wandsworth Town.


For a copy of the details, click here. You'll see the plant feeding and composting session is repeated as we think this will be particularly popular. Plus there's Old York Road Unplugged happening in parallel, right at the garden gate. The day is open to all - you do not have to be part of the Pollinator Paths project.
And everyone can join the Pollinator Paths Wandsworth facebook group - click here!

June 10th:
On Saturday June 10th there's the 1st session in a series of monthly classes that will run from June to November. The series is called Grow Your Own at Home and it's all about growing fruit and vegetables. Offered by our colleagues Be Enriched and facilitated by Martin, it's highly recommended.
There's a small fee, and all are welcome including beginners.
For a copy of the details, click here.


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