Time & Location
14 May 2022, 10:00 – 14:00
Langdon Court, Seasalter Road, Goodnestone. Faversham ME13 9DA, UK
About the event
The overlooked weeds that peep through the cracks, the unnoticed wildflowers that populate the verges – little do we realise the value they hold for us humans and for other living things. Spend 3 hours of discovery in the Langdon garden: smelling, feeling, naming, tasting and creating with wonderful wildflowers and weeds.
The workshop is from 10.00am to 1.00pm, with a short tea break mid-way. Afterwards, from 1.00 to 2.00pm, you are invited to stay on for a further hour. Bring a packed lunch and join us by the pond – you can ask any questions you may still have, compare notes with your fellow participants, or just relax and enjoy the pond life.
Workshop Facilitator - Mandy Rickard
Mandy is passionate about nature and peoples health and well-being.
Having a herbal medicine and aromatherapy practice spanning over 20 years and through running workshops, her aim is to nurture health while encouraging others to support and even grow the very plants that strengthen us.
She originally worked in a pre-school in the late nineties before undertaking the four year training to become a medical herbalist.
Mum of two boys, owner of a wild allotment, dogs and chickens in Ospringe!