|11th March 2021|
|7pm - 8.30pm|
|Online Event Lanarkshire|
|£5 Adult / £4 Concession|
|Event organiser/part of Castlebank Park|
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Growing your own produce is much easier than you think! Fun, sustainable and healthy. Join us for a virtual workshop to learn the basics. £5 Adult, £4 Concessions. Book via www.eventbrite.co.uk
This workshop is part of our series of 'Ready, Set, Garden' workshops aimed at beginners, taking place regularly throughout 2021.
This workshop is perfect for gardening novices looking to learn the basic techniques and benefits of growing their produce at home. Whether you have a small window box or acres to fill, there's something tasty you can grow at home!
The workshop will be delivered via ZOOM. The format of the session will include a digital slideshow presentation, virtual tour video and a live Q&A.
All proceeds from this workshop are returned to Castlebank Horticultural Centre to support the sustainable running of the centre, and the ongoing maintenance of Castlebank Park's gardens.
You can read more about the centre here. If you have any enquiries about the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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