Wilding the Senses is a project that aims to make an outdoor space that is full of creativity and colour that everyone can enjoy. Over the coming year we’ll be designing and creating a colourful garden at the Workhouse so look out for future workshops that will include willow making, planting herbs and much more!

The project is open to all ages and the activities aim to be inclusive!

Saturday 6th May – Creative Herb Planting with Natalie Morris – learn about and plant herbs along with creative activities.

Saturday 20th May – Planting for Wildlife with Dewi Morris – learn about what plants attract and support wild life habitats

Workshops are FREE and will be from 10.30am – 1pm.

From 1pm feel free to stay and play – either bring your own lunch or food will be available from an on-site cafe.

Please come with appropriate clothes as it could still be quite cold and wet in May, however there may also be a lot of sunshine so don’t forget the sun cream either! We have inside spaces if the weather gets very bad.

The project is supported by the Postcode Local Trust which is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode – www.postcodelocaltrust.org.uk

If you want to take part sign up below!

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