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POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Building Raised Bed Workshop

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Sydney Gardens

Sydney Place

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BA2 4DB

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This is a practical training session where you’ll learn how to make raised beds

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This is an exciting opportunity to help with the construction of three new accessible raised beds in Sydney Gardens. As we have limited spaces we ask that those who book on are physically fit as this course will require some lifting and manoeuvring. All tools and materials will be provided. Please bring a packed lunch.

This session is organised by Mali Kedward, the Horticultural Participation Officer for the Sydney Gardens Project. If you have any questions please contact Mali:

`E: mali_kedward@bathnes.gov.uk

M: 07779 968 035

This training event is part of Sydney Gardening - the gardening events and activities in Sydney Gardens Bath that are part of the National Lottery Heritage Funded Sydney Gardens Project to restore the park (2019-2021).

Accessibility:

The activity will be taking place in a step free environment. There is an accessible toilet as part of the public toilets in the park . Contact the Event Organiser for further information if needed.

Age range:

This activity is aimed at adults. If you're under 18 and interested in attending, please contact us.

Toilets:

There are accessible public toilets in Sydney Gardens (20p).

Getting to the park:

You can walk to Sydney Gardens from the City Centre in around 15 minutes.

There are bus stops near the park:

Routes, 11, 64, 94, D1. Also the 734, D3 run near the park

Stops: Holburne Museum, Forester Road, Darlington Road

Parking:

Free parking is available around the edge of the park on Sydney Road (some bays are restricted to 2 hours, some are 4 hours between 8am to 6pm). They are often full, so leave plenty of time to find somewhere to park.

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