I run courses around the UK normally and from my large training gardens in the wild, wild west of Wales, otherwise known as near to New Quay in very scenic Ceredigion.
Day courses are running again outside from 21st August with smaller groups than usual (no more than 5) and extra cleaning measures and facilities in place. Refreshments will be provided throughout the day and individually-boxed cake (with compostable packaging). In place of home made lunch I am including a copy of my climate change garden book and extra plants to take home. Every course attendee will be asked to confirm they have no coronavirus symptoms in advance.
I am also available for webinars and online training for gardening groups and individuals.
All courses are ideal for all levels of gardener looking to learn how to nurture delicious home grown fruit and vegetables with a greater resilience around our changing climate
Please contact me to find out more or confirm your place via the booking link below:
POLYTUNNEL GROWING COURSE £95
This very popular course covers everything you could possibly need to know to get great results growing under cover all year round.
The action packed day runs 9.30 through till 3 and includes tasty treats, refreshments, a copy of my climate change garden book, plus plants to take home.
Now taking bookings for 2020 for the following:
2021 dates coming soon….
Get Climate Change Smart GYO Course £95
Growing some of your own produce is one of the most empowering experiences going. This day is ideal for beginners as well as experienced gardeners looking to learn how to nurture delicious home grown fruit and vegetables with a greater resilience around our changing climate, with little to no fuss at all.
This accessible, hugely informative and fun course runs 9.30 through till 3 and includes tasty treats, refreshments, a copy of my climate change garden book and plants to take home.
2021 dates coming soon:
Ceredigion is a delightful county in the heart of Wales, with 50 miles of unspoilt coast and beaches, pretty harbour towns, local food markets and historic castles and wildlife walks galore. It also offers some of the best opportunities for seal and dolphin spotting in the country. So if you’d like to make a weekend or indeed holiday around your visit then i can recommend accommodation locally.