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A project which aims to encourage a healthy lifestyle through outdoor activities, gentle exercise and a healthy diet will run a series of free workshops for people who would like to grow their own food.
The Escape Community Gardening Project is based in Swaffham and led by Family Action.
Each workshop will last for an hour, and there will be two per month on a different topic, taking participants through the growing season step by step.
The first workshop will be held at Escape’s community allotment, in Tumbler Hill, Swaffham, on Wednesday March 20 from 10.30am to 11.30am and will provide the opportunity to learn how to prepare your space for growing.
This includes use and maintenance of tools and equipment, clearing the ground and how to work with beneficial wildlife.
To book a place, contact Katy Fullilove on 01760 720302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ESCAPE is funded by Norfolk County Council’s Living Well in the Community Fund, and as well as encouraging a healthy lifestyle, it aims to reduce social isolation and promote independence through outreach work.
Family Action has provided services to disadvantaged and socially isolated families since 1869, and works with over 45,000 children and families a year by providing practical, emotional and financial support through over 100 services based in communities across England.
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