• Posts Tagged ‘eat project’

    Growing and cooking courses this Autumn!

    by  • August 1, 2022 • EAT Project, Growing Glastonbury, News, Courses & Events, Red Brick Building Community Garden

    Bon with learner in polytunnel

    We are teaming up with Somerset Community Foundation once again to offer the community growing and cooking courses. They will be taking place at Red Brick Community Garden, either outside or in the new Geo-dome that has been completed this summer! On offer for the green fingered, or those who would like to be,...

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    Practical Design Workshop for Avalon Wildflower Park POSTPONED

    by  • December 8, 2015 • EAT Project, News, Courses & Events

    Please note this Design Workshop has been postponed until Friday 12th February. Please contact eat@feedavalon.org.uk to reserve your place.  When: Monday 18th January, 9.00 – 5pm Where: Avalon Wildflower Park Opposite the Red Brick Building, Glastonbury Avalon Wildflower Park is a new community project opposite the Red Brick Building. The former BMX track, now...

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    Pollinators need our help! Don’t miss the Planting for Pollinators Course in March

    by  • December 7, 2015 • Avalon Wildflower Park, EAT Project, Growing Glastonbury, News, Courses & Events, Uncategorized

    When: Thursday 3rd March 2016, 9.30 – 5pm Where: At Brook End LAND Centre Compton Dundon, Near Street & Glastonbury What: Avalon Wildflower Park is a new community project opposite the Red Brick Building. The former BMX track, now overgrown, is unloved and neglected. Our vision is to transform it into a haven of...

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    Upcoming Mushroom Cultivation & Identification Introductory Course – New Dates

    by  • September 26, 2015 • EAT Project, News, Courses & Events

    Mushroom Cultivation & Identification Introductory Course at Brook End LAND Centre near Street/Glastonbury, Somerset (1hour south of Bristol) FRIDAY 13TH – SUNDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 2015 This three day course will take a look at the fascinating world of fungi, introducing key concepts in their biology and ecology. Looking at the identification and classification of...

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