Patch: Planting workshops at NOMA
Patch is a neighbourhood kitchen garden where you can get involved in growing, nurturing and making things for free.
Organised in collaboration with Manchester Urban Diggers, this is a six week series of free to attend activities which cover skills such as preparing ground for planting to composting for beginners. See the Patch NOMA website.
The first series of workshops will cover everything from preparing the ground and learning about the basics of composting, to planting vegetables which will be ready to harvest in winter.
These will take place at Angel Square (map) between 12-3pm on Thursdays for six weeks:
22 AUGUST: MAKE YOUR BED AND EAT IT
The first workshop! Preparing the ground for the kitchen garden.
29 AUGUST: BRASSIC PARK: THE FROST WORLD
Join the team to plant veg to be harvested in winter.
5 SEPTEMBER: LONG TIME NO SEE
Allium? Ally yum! This week we show you how to plant onion, garlic – and that’s shallot.
12 SEPTEMBER: MEET THE HERBS
19 SEPTEMBER: DIRTY ROTTEN GROUND RULES
Composting for beginners.
26 SEPTEMBER: WATER, BUTT HOW?
Learn how to make a water butt.
|Start||Thursday 26 Sep 2019 12:00pm|
|Finish||Thursday 26 Sep 2019 3:00pm|