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Grow your own vegetables - Autumn sowing and harvest

WBC37938

Start date: 26th Sep 2020

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

Cost: £48

Day: Saturday

Duration: 5 weeks

Tutor: Alison Lyon

Course code: 20AU018

Please contact us for availability

Included in this Autumn course

This short course is aimed at people who planted some crops earlier in the year, as we move into the new
season and begin to plan for next year. Although there are plenty of crops that can be purchased and planted for the Autumn.


Over these five weeks we will be focusing on the seasonal jobs: collecting and storing seed, harvesting,
cooking or storing crops, planting new seasonal crops to fill the “hungry gap,” propagating our own plants for
next year, preparing for the cold weather, and caring for and storing our tools.

We will also continue with some garden making projects – including a wormery, and there will be in interactive activities, weekly Q&A
sessions with our guest gardening expert, Emily, competitions and a virtual produce show

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Alison Lyon

The course is led by Alison Lyon, of Drums Agogo. Alison has been teaching African drumming for 16 years, to both adults and children, and is known for her clear and accessible teaching style that makes learning friendly and fun. Alison now brings this fresh and friendly approach to the ukulele, which she has played since 2013. She has taught ukulele in schools, and devised the “Ukulele jukebox” part of the course as an instant-fun workshop project which has been enjoyed by everyone from WI groups to Scouts and Guides.

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