Engaging Worthing in responding positively and creatively to energy descent
This year we have an exciting and interesting representation of Sussex initiatives as well as our main seed swap and permaculture focus. These include community tree planting, a gardening social enterprise project targeting special needs groups, wildlife gardening, and horticultural as therapy.
There will be some new food groups represented too, including the Catchbox scheme and Sussex Food Sovereignty. Sussex Green Living Network is joining us and there will be creative ways to think about recycling.
We have reduced the number of talks with the idea to have time to include Q&A sessions. Chichester/Brinsbury College will be represented to discuss sowing and growing/organics and Southern Water will focus on water conservation in your garden.
There will be activities for adults including a herablist demonstration and the chance to do some willow weaving.
Hot and cold food will be available from the Oak Grove College outdoor cooking stall and the TTW café for cakes and hot drinks.
We’ll have a raffle with the chance to win some interesting prizes kindly donated by some of the stall holders.
We look forward to seeing you there.