Balcony & Patio Food Growing (Part 1) - Master Class

From: February 6, 2016 at 10:00am to: 1:00pm

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Project: Castlehaven Community Park
Location: The Haven, 23 Castlehaven Road, London, NW1 8RU

Are you interested in how to grow your own fresh fruit & vegetables at low cost? Do you not have much space to do this? If you've answered yes to both of these questions this is the masterclass for you!

You'll learn:

  • How to shave a little off of your food bill and eat really fresh tasty veg produced in a very small space.
  • What fruit and vegetables to grow and what not to grow
  • How to derive the maximum benefit  both economically and in terms of taste.
  • How to maintain your produce and plants.

What to wear & bring:

Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear, wrap up warm as part of the class maybe held in the community park.

Bring along a notepad, pencil/pen and a packed lunch.

Suitable for all ages.

Cost: Adults: £7.50 - Children £5  (5yrs-16yrs) - Under 5's Free (all children under 16yrs must be with an adult)

How to book:

All bookings need to be made over the phone – 020 7692 2241 or 020 7495 3386 or in person. Credit and debit cards accepted, cheques made payable to Castlehaven Community Association. All booking payments are non-refundable. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
If you are a working tax payer you can also gift aid your booking to us, just ask us how to do this when you book.

Please email Fred Alston on fred@castlehaven.org.uk for more information about this master class.

100% of money raised through bookings of our Master classes will go straight into the maintenance and survival of the Castlehaven Community Park. Thank you.


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  • No upcoming occurrences in the timeframe specified for this event.

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