Capital Growth to run free growing masterclasses at Taste of London

People will be able to access a range of food growing masterclasses run by the experienced Capital Growth trainers as part of the festive offerings at Taste of London from 15-18 November.

Capital Growth Training: Grow your own skincare - Whetstone Stray Allotments

Capital Growth Training: Grow your own skincare - Whetstone Stray Allotments

Building on the incredible Allotment Garden hosted this summer at The Regent's Park with Taste of London, there will be a pop-up garden as well as 21 masterclasses as part of the new Urban Kitchen feature.

Over the four days of Taste of London over 500 people will join in with classes on mushroom cultivation, natural health and herbal remedies as well as garden tours and tips.

The classes are free on entry, and run the Capital Growth's inspiring network of inspiring trainers with three to chose from:

  • Beginners Guide: Growing gourmet & medicinal mushrooms
  • Natural Health: Healing with herbs and spices
  • Relax & Restore: Making your own herbal remedies

Full descriptions available here and times, prices and tickets are available at Taste of London website.


08/11/2018
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Capital Growth: The Capital Growth campaign, run by Sustain's London Food Link offers practical and financial support to communities around London to help more people grow more food, and to have greater access to land and growing spaces for community benefit. The Capital Bee project, part of Capital Growth, seeks pledges to promote bee-friendly behaviour, and supports establishment of community beehives.

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