march, 2020

10mar5:00 pm7:30 pmBRIGHTON & HOVE GREEN SPACES FORUM – SPRING SEMINAR - TREES & WILDLIFE IN OUR GREEN SPACES – WITH PRESENTATIONS FROM CHRIS COLLINS & KATE BRADBURYFollowing the success of last year’s Spring Seminar, we are delighted this year to have secured two great guest presenters. The theme for the event will be trees and wildlife in our green spaces.

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Event Details

Following the success of last year’s Spring Seminar, we are delighted this year to have secured two great guest presenters. The theme for the event will be trees and wildlife in our green spaces.

CHRIS COLLINS – Chris Collins began life as a gardener with a traditional style apprenticeship with Brighton Parks & Gardens in the mid-eighties, going on to do his degree at the Royal Botanic garden, Edinburgh. He spent 2 years at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, between 1999 and 2012 he was Head Gardener at Westminster Abbey.. Chris was the Blue Peter Gardener for 9 years. In recent years he presented the science documentary on BBC4 ‘The wonder of Weeds’ and BBC 3’s young gardener of the year.

KATE BRADBURY – Kate Bradbury is passionate about organic, wildlife-friendly gardening and gardens on a small patch of land in Brighton. She is the author of The Wildlife Gardener, and writes for a number of publications including the Guardian. She can occasionally be heard talking about garden wildlife on Gardeners’ Question Time.

Sandwiches and drinks will be served from 5pm with the event commencing at 5.30 and ending around 7.30.
The event is free and open to all. Please RSVP to EMail address bhgsforum@gmail.com so we can make sure we cater appropriately.

Time

(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Event Address (inc postcode)

The event will take place on Tuesday 10th March in the main auditorium at Brighthelm in North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD.

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