Courses

I have run courses for everyone from the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Garden Organic, to Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Festival, Humble by Nature, Centre for Alternative Technology and the Museum of London. I also offer courses at my climate change demonstration gardens in the wild, wild west of Wales, otherwise known as near to New Quay in very scenic Ceredigion, Wales.

Online Courses Available. 


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, including many edibles over winter.

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.

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15th July FULL 

12th August FULL 

Next date 16th September

 


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 by working with nature. Less work, more fun and a climate change hardiness to boot!

This accessible, hugely informative and hands on 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.

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Next date 10th June

8th July FULL 

26th August FULL 

 

 


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.

Why Ceredigion really is Wales’ best-kept secret

 
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Want to learn how to be a climate change savvy gardener?
For  hints and tips see www.climatechangegarden.uk