Planting the Medieval Kitchen Garden
This course is part of our project to recreate a medieval garden and will be using plants which have been chosen for their medieval heritage, grown by the Grounds team at the abbey to complete the first stage of the project. There will be a talk on the differences between medieval gardening and our contemporary equivalent.
Dates and times
3rd May 2017, 10:00am to 4:00pm
To register interest call Marcelle Bacchus, the abbey’s project manager, on 01458 832267. Courses are free for adults 19+ with a £10 refundable deposit.
Event entry fees
- Adult: Free
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