Get Growing gets Going


Posted on 31st March, by allotments in Courses, News. 2 Comments

Some of those on the course at Welshmill

Some of those on the course at Welshmill


Our 2015 Get Growing course at Welshmill is now up and running. Nine parents from Vallis and St Louis schools have enrolled.
Time to plant some seeds

Time to plant some seeds


Some good weather and some dry ground has meant that we have made a good start.Those on the course learn how to grow at the allotments and then put it into practice at home, teaching their children.





2 responses to “Get Growing gets Going”

  1. David Bartlett says:

    I would like to know if you possible do any quilifications for young people 12 -18 to take part in education.

    I am David BARTLETT AND WE HAVE JUST OPENED allottment at our children home and needing some support if possible.

    Many Thanks

  2. allotments says:

    Sorry David – we don’t run any qualifications for young people. I would contact the horticulture department of your local FE college.

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