Herb Workshops 2016
Recognising, exploring, growing and harvesting Herbs
Growing herbs will
include the seasonal activities of growing herbs – preparing the
ground, sowing seeds, taking root cuttings, moving and dividing
plants, potting seedlings, weeding and harvesting what’s
of events during a workshop aren't given. On each day we will make
herbal teas from available herbs, identify growing plants and make
infused oils, tinctures, flower essences, vinegars and elixirs
depending on what is growing and the clemency of the weather.
Workshops are practical. Everyone who attends will get their hands
dirty from practical tasks. Instructions and support will be given
for anything unfamiliar. We will also talk about herbs, how they
grow, what they do and discuss whatever comes up.
We offer a pickup from Kingham Station on workshop days at 10am. There is an hourly train service from Birmingham to Kingham via Worcester. Please add something to your donation to cover this cost.
March 12 (Saturday) Recognising Herbs -
March 17 (Thursday) Recognising and Propagating Herbs
- Springfield Sanctuary
April 21 (Thursday) Herbs of Spring -
May 26 (Thursday) Experiencing Herbs -
June 23 (Thursday) Experiencing Herbs -
July 21 (Thursday) Herbs of Summer -
August 6 (Saturday) Herbs of Summer -
March 12 (Saturday) Recognising Herbs - Springfield Sanctuary
March 17 (Thursday) Recognising and Propagating Herbs - Springfield Sanctuary
April 21 (Thursday) Herbs of Spring - Springfield Sanctuary
May 26 (Thursday) Experiencing Herbs - Springfield Sanctuary
June 23 (Thursday) Experiencing Herbs - Springfield Sanctuary
July 21 (Thursday) Herbs of Summer - Springfield Sanctuary
August 6 (Saturday) Herbs of Summer - Springfield Sanctuary
Talks, herb walks, workshops, kites and music, all set in the beautiful Cotswolds!Please book the weekend for the Celebrating
All workshops will last from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be held at:-
Springfield Sanctuary, Wynyards Farm, Upper Slaughter, Cheltenham, Glos, GL 54 2JR (by kind permission of Pryce and Marjorie Watkins).
You will need to bring your own food for lunch. You will also need warm clothes, waterproof wear, sensible footwear, and cider vinegar and/or vodka (depending what you want to make!). The sanctuary is reached by walking through two fields and is on a sloped site without disabled facilities. Care needs to be taken if you have mobility problems.
Most of the workshop time is spent outside. Please come prepared for inclement weather (it happens!) with suitable footwear and warm and waterproof clothing. For further details please contact:-
Sarah Head, Tel 0121 707 8269 or email email@example.com
Sarah Head B Soc Sci, Dip SFT, MNFSHis a member of the Herb Society and has been studying the medicinal uses of herbs for the past thirteen years, growing over eighty different varieties of herbs in her two herb gardens. She is a solution focused therapist and trainer, helping to support distressed individuals on a local and national basis through her work with a leading personal injury law firm. Sarah is also a spiritual healer, providing healing to the public with Solihull Healing Group and helping others to develop their healing capacity through Solihull Healer Development Group. Sarah is a published writer on health service and complementary therapy issues and regularly contributes articles for the Herb Society website.
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