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James Kilkelly
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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 1:14 pm    Post subject: West Wicklow gardening course... free place for forum member Reply with quote

Irish gardeners forum promotion...... free place on the West Wicklow gardening course of your choice.

Hello James kilkelly (aka GPI) here, the forum admin.
In association with Mo Osman and Emma Nelson we have one pass for a free place on a choice of either of the following courses..... "The Healing Garden" or "Nature-Friendly Gardening and Growing for the Kitchen"

To be in with a chance to win a pass simply send me an email to info@irishgardeners.com with the following phrase...... (your Irish gardeners forum username) would love to go to the West Wicklow garden course.
So for me it would be.......... James Kilkelly, was GPI would love to go to the West Wicklow garden course.
For Verge our site moderator it would be........ Verge would love to go to bloom 2010.
You get the idea. Wink

I will draw one member from the hat and contact them during the upcoming week, alerting them to their good fortune.
Good luck to you all.



One day course:
"The Healing Garden" will be next held at our smallholding near Kiltegan in West Wicklow, 75 minutes from Dublin city centre, on 12th June 2010 from 10.00 to 16.00.
The day is aimed at new and existing gardeners who wish to learn how to grow and use herbs and other plants with medicinal properties.
Individuals, families and small groups welcome.
Places limited.

The course will be run by Mo Osman and Suzie Quigley. Mo has been establishing a small holding for the last number of years, with a productive greenhouse, polytunnel and kitchen garden. Suzie is a local naturopath.

The cost of the course is €55 which includes a cooked lunch (Mo cooks as well!) and refreshments throughout the day.

One day course:
"Nature-Friendly Gardening and Growing for the Kitchen" will be next held at our smallholding near Kiltegan in West Wicklow, 75 minutes from Dublin city centre, on 19th June 2010 from 10.00 to 16.00.
The day is aimed at new and existing gardeners and will include creating and maintaining a nature-friendly environment in your garden, how to encourage wildlife in your garden, raising home grown herbs, vegetables and fruit, seed saving...and more!
Individuals, families and small groups welcome.
Places limited.

The course will be run by Mo Osman who has been establishing a small holding for the last number of years, with a productive greenhouse, polytunnel and kitchen garden, on several acres and is involved with the weekly Country Market in Tullow. Feedback from the same course last year was very positive.
The gardens received a Biodiversity Garden of Special Merit Award in the Corrin Hill Biodiversity Garden Awards 2008.
The cost of the course is €55 which includes a cooked lunch (Mo cooks as well!) and refreshments throughout the day.

Participants who wish to make a weekend of it can combine the course with a stay at Tigh Na Ri Rua, the on-site restored thatched cottage, available for self catering let, as a great package.
[See http://www.visitwicklow.ie/accommodation/tigh_na_ri_rua.htm for cottage details].
Contact Mo Osman or Emma Nelson Tel: 087 2199126
Email: tinarirua@eircom.net


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