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West Dean - Late availability for a Garden course
Dear GardenersYou might like to know that there is still late availability for a Garden course in December at West Dean College, near Chichester, West Sussex,Contemporary Christmas decorations from foraged materials, 17 December One Day £129 Beginners/Intermediate With ANNIE GUILFOYLE garden designer, lecturer and writerCreate contemporary, natural decorations from foraged woodland materials. Make twiggy stars, fire cone garlands, wild woodland wreaths, funky tree decorations and take home inspiration place setting and gift-wrapping ideas.For full details on this and the other Garden courses at West Dean College, and how to book, please click on this link https://www.westdean.org.uk/study/short-courses/courses?type=short&category=GardeningThe historic West Dean College and award-winning West Dean Gardens, in a beautiful location in the heart of the South Downs National Park, are run by the Edward James Foundation, an educational charity. You can stay in the House, in rooms with antique furniture, private bathrooms, many with views over the Parkland and Gardens.Kind regardsPenny Sydenham
Lewis CawseyLewis, who died recently, helped out at the hut for many years, ordering and organising the stock for three of those years. He was always helpful, good humoured and keen to share his knowledge and experience, particularly growing vegetables. His genial presence will be missed. Our sympathy goes to his widow and family.Lyn Davies