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James Kilkelly
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:06 pm    Post subject: Win tickets to Grow it Yourself Ireland Conference. Reply with quote

Win tickets to Grow it Yourself Ireland Conference.



First GIY Ireland Conference announced Saturday 12th September 2009 at WIT, Waterford
As the interest in home-produced food reaches fever pitch, a new organisation called GIY Ireland is aiming to inspire people to get growing and give them the knowledge they need to do so successfully.
On September 12th 2009 Waterford Institute of Technology will be the venue for the launch of this unique organisation which aims to establish food growers groups in every town and county in Ireland. GIY networks aims to recreate the camaraderie of allotment growing for back-garden vegetable growers by getting them together on a regular basis to talk, learn from each other and exchange tips, war-stories and produce.

Keynote speakers at the conference include Minister for Food and Horticulture Trevor Sargent TD, Ballymaloe Cookery School founder Darina Allen, GIY Ireland's Michael Kelly and Will Sutherland from the John Seymour School of Self-sufficiency.
There will also be a series of afternoon workshops covering a range of topics including, health & nutrition, baking, permaculture, seed-saving, and allotments & community gardens.
Tickets cost €35 and include a 3 course lunch of mouth-watering local produce.

Irish gardeners forum promotion...... Two pairs of tickets for the conference and lunch!
Hello James kilkelly (aka GPI) here, the forum admin.
In association with GIY and and its founder Michael Kelly, we have two pairs of tickets for conference and lunch to give away to lucky members.

To be in with a chance to win simply send me a Private Message (click) with the line "Grow it Yourself"

One entry per member, and entry into other draws does not prevent you from entering this one.
So give it a lash! Very Happy

Not a member of our Irish gardening forum yet!
Well, Register (click) now for free, allowing you to enter the draw.

I will draw winning entries from the hat and contact them during the upcoming week or so.
Good luck to you all.

If you don't want to leave it to chance, you can also book your tickets here........ http://www.eventelephant.com/ee/bookings/tickets/index.htm?siteurl=GIY2009

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well the draw has been made.
The winners who has been contacted by private message are......... sorcha and sunnymount farm ........

Winners, if you have not checked your message boxes yet then please do so as soon as you can, so that I can organise ticket delivery.
I hope you enjoy yourselves, and that the weather is fine on the day you go. Very Happy

Previous winners of tickets to shows and events took some great pictures and posted many interesting comments regarding their visits show, remember these?
So if you capture any images or would like to tell others about your visit, then you can let the other Irish gardeners know through the forums.

Please mention that you received the tickets through the Irish gardeners forum If anyone asks or if you post on blogs,forums etc.

Don't forget to check back regularly to the Irish gardeners forum as we have another great gardening giveaway coming shortly. Wink

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