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How to be a Gardener 2

It’s time to get gardening at the Greenhouses!

Join us on a treasure hunt around the garden to spot garden implements and match them to gardening tasks. Help us dig, tidy and sort our spring garden, plant bee friendly flowers and look after the worms in our wormery. Then make yourself a recycled plant pot, and plant a seed to take home and grow. This a family workshop for children of all ages.

£5 per child / £2.50 low-income. This workshop must be booked in advance using our online ticketing system (see below).

Please provide ages of children and details of any allergies, medical conditions or additional needs in the ‘additional notes’ box when booking.

Please note, all children must be supervised by a participating adult in this family workshop.

By registering for this event, you will automatically be added to our family events mailing list. You can unsubscribe from the list at any time using the ‘unsubscribe’ link in emails.

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SOLD OUT How to be a Gardener 1

It’s time to get gardening at the Greenhouses!

Join us on a treasure hunt around the garden to spot garden implements and match them to gardening tasks. Help us dig, tidy and sort our spring garden, plant bee friendly flowers and look after the worms in our wormery. Then make yourself a recycled plant pot, and plant a seed to take home and grow. This a family workshop for children of all ages.

£5 per child / £2.50 low-income. This workshop must be booked in advance using our online ticketing system (see below).

Please provide ages of children and details of any allergies, medical conditions or additional needs in the ‘additional notes’ box when booking.

Please note, all children must be supervised by a participating adult in this family workshop.

By registering for this event, you will automatically be added to our family events mailing list. You can unsubscribe from the list at any time using the ‘unsubscribe’ link in emails.

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World of Worms (and waste)

Get up close to a gardener’s best friends: worms! Our composting worms have been busy turning our food waste into compost and we need your help sorting the worms from the compost in our fun light/dark experiment. Learn all about worms and their role in the composting process, and make a mini wormery to take home. Take our sustainability challenge to learn about waste and recycling, and plant a seed in an old food container to take home. NB Please bring a small empty water bottle and a food container (eg bean or tomato tin) if you have any in your recycling box!

£5 per child / £2.50 low-income. All ages. This workshop must be booked in advance using our online ticketing system (see below).

Please provide ages of children and details of any allergies, medical conditions or additional needs in the ‘additional notes’ box when booking.

Please note, all children must be supervised by an adult.

By registering for this event, you will automatically be added to our family events mailing list. You can unsubscribe from the list at any time using the ‘unsubscribe’ link in emails.

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Wriggly Wigglers

As every gardener knows, worms are super! Celebrate World Book Day with us as we explore the world of worms through the popular tale of Super Worm written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. In this family workshop, we’ll host an interactive storytelling session acting out scenes from the book. You’ll also get the chance to meet some real-life super worms and have a go at worm charming.

£5.00 per child / £2.50 low-income. Family workshop for children up to the age of 5.

This workshop must be booked in advance using our online ticketing system (see below).

Please provide ages of children and details of any allergies, medical conditions or additional needs in the ‘additional needs’ box when booking.

Please note, all children must be supervised by an adult.

By registering for this event, you will automatically be added to our family events mailing list. You can unsubscribe from the list at any time using the ‘unsubscribe’ link in emails.

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