Wild in the Woods, Wild in the Garden
The Organic Growers of Bothwell and Brighter Bothwell
Woodlands, Health and Wildlife Gardening Project
WILD CHEF IN THE WOODS
with Alasdair Taylor
Sunday 22nd September 2013
Join us for a short walk in Bothwell Woods and discover how to safely identify and harvest edible fungi, fruits and roots with Ranger Alasdair Taylor and join in our wild chef cookery class at Bothwell Community Garden.
This event is STRICTLY LIMITED to 20 participants. To avoid disappointment please email email@example.com as soon as possible to book your place.
Bothwell Community Garden at 1.30pm
This event is supported by the Forestry Commission Community Seedcorn Fund
Now in its third hugely successful year, the Bothwell Scarecrow Festival returns to the streets of the village all this week, culminating in an action-packed weekend of fun for all the family.
The community garden will be open to the public between 11am and 4pm on SATURDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER. We are conveniently situated right next door to Bothwell Primary School, one of the main event venues; so please do come along and see how our garden grows.
We will have a number of stalls selling plants, homemade preserves, fantastic products from our beekeepers, miniature scarecrows ideal for the parade on Sunday and other garden essentials; as well as our ever popular tombola and our (now famous) delicious home baking to enjoy with a tea, coffee or juice.
We are also delighted to announce that we will have a well-known local children’s author reading stories in our woodland walk; and buskers to keep us entertained too.
We look forward to welcoming you to our garden!
We regret that, with the exception of assistance dogs, we cannot allow dogs into the community garden.