Let's Grow Your Own Stage

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Make sure to drop by this stage for daily talks on growing your own from the National Allotment Society.

Whether you have an allotment, a vegetable patch in your garden, or perhaps a sunny balcony or windowsill, head to this stage for top tips and advice for thriving produce.

Come armed with questions for help with planting, plotting, pests and diseases and more! You’re sure to take home plenty of ideas for your plot and for home-grown delicious produce for your table.

10:00 am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00am Erin BakerFrom Plot to Plate

12:00pm Fiona Warin – ‘On your marks, get set, grow!’   Ideas for first time growers and plot holders 

1:00pm Roger Umpelby -Growing your own, what could possibly go wrong?

2:00pmErin Baker – From Plot to Plate

3:00pm Fiona Warin – ‘On your marks, get set, grow!’   Ideas for first time growers and plot holders

4:00pm Roger Umpelby -Growing your own, what could possibly go wrong?

10:00am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00 am Mick Poultney – Gardening – my way!

12:00pm Ade SellarsLiving ‘the good life’ …is it as good as it’s cracked up to be?

1:00pm Stephanie Hafferty – No Dig Gardening

2:00pm Mick Poultney – Gardening – my way!

3:00pm Ade SellarsLiving ‘the good life’ …is it as good as it’s cracked up to be?

4:00pm Stephanie Hafferty – No Dig Gardening

10:00am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00am Rod Weston -Composting on Allotments and Community Gardens

12:00pm Nick MartinSecret Wildlife of My Garden

1:00pm Bill Laws -Green Tips – a planet friendly  guide to growing vegetables

2:00pm Rod Weston -Composting on Allotments and Community Gardens

3:00pm Nick MartinSecret Wildlife of My Garden

4:00pm Bill Laws -Green Tips – a planet friendly  guide to growing vegetables

10:00am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00am Mike Hinton -Introduction to Growing Vegetables

12:00pm Darren Rudge -Teabags, bras and tights: sustainable gardening to sustain you and the planet.

1:00pmMike Hinton -Introduction to Growing Vegetables

2:00pm Darren Rudge -Teabags, bras and tights: sustainable gardening to sustain you and the planet.

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Let’s Grow Your Own Stage

NAS logo - Copy

Make sure to drop by this stage for daily talks on growing your own from the National Allotment Society.

Whether you have an allotment, a vegetable patch in your garden, or perhaps a sunny balcony or windowsill, head to this stage for top tips and advice for thriving produce.

Come armed with questions for help with planting, plotting, pests and diseases and more! You’re sure to take home plenty of ideas for your plot and for home-grown delicious produce for your table.

Thursday 16 June

10:00 am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00am Erin BakerFrom Plot to Plate

12:00pm Fiona Warin – ‘On your marks, get set, grow!’   Ideas for first time growers and plot holders 

1:00pm Roger Umpelby -Growing your own, what could possibly go wrong?

2:00pmErin Baker – From Plot to Plate

3:00pm Fiona Warin – ‘On your marks, get set, grow!’   Ideas for first time growers and plot holders

4:00pm Roger Umpelby -Growing your own, what could possibly go wrong?

Friday 17 June

10:00am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00 am Mick Poultney – Gardening – my way!

12:00pm Ade SellarsLiving ‘the good life’ …is it as good as it’s cracked up to be?

1:00pm Stephanie Hafferty – No Dig Gardening

2:00pm Mick Poultney – Gardening – my way!

3:00pm Ade SellarsLiving ‘the good life’ …is it as good as it’s cracked up to be?

4:00pm Stephanie Hafferty – No Dig Gardening

Saturday 18 June

10:00am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00am Rod Weston -Composting on Allotments and Community Gardens

12:00pm Nick MartinSecret Wildlife of My Garden

1:00pm Bill Laws -Green Tips – a planet friendly  guide to growing vegetables

2:00pm Rod Weston -Composting on Allotments and Community Gardens

3:00pm Nick MartinSecret Wildlife of My Garden

4:00pm Bill Laws -Green Tips – a planet friendly  guide to growing vegetables

Sunday 19 June

10:00am English Heritage Gardeners

11:00am Mike Hinton -Introduction to Growing Vegetables

12:00pm Darren Rudge -Teabags, bras and tights: sustainable gardening to sustain you and the planet.

1:00pmMike Hinton -Introduction to Growing Vegetables

2:00pm Darren Rudge -Teabags, bras and tights: sustainable gardening to sustain you and the planet.

AG4A5365
Vegetable

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