Growing to Eat
22 January 2017 14:30 - 22 January 2017 16:00
Britain is one of the richest countries in the world,
yet poverty is increasing year by year. Families are facing ever
increasing challenges to provide a good standard of living.
With the increase in fast food and processed food we are also
experiencing rising levels of obesity.
Many people have lost the ability to produce their own food.
This may be due to lack of space, but more particularly lack of
growing knowledge. There are many projects throughout Britain are
now focusing on food production.
Three years ago Sue undertook a feasibility study to see if a
training centre that would be used for educating and training
community groups and individuals was possible in North Wales.
Today, as well as a training centre there is also a thriving indoor
allotment project that is producing food for the local community.
The talk demonstrates that we can all in some way grow fruit and
vegetables to put on our plates.
About the speaker: Susan Nicholas is a horticultural
lecturer and consultant who runs an indoor alloment and traning
centre in North Wales.
Who is it suitable for?
What does it cost?
Nothing - its free.
Do I need to book?
No - just turn up on the day
Organised By the Friends of Ness Gardens
No ticket is required