FREE GARDEN DESIGNS FOR SCHOOLS
NWFK are offering FREE GARDEN DESIGNS for schools, nurseries, after-school and community groups in the Dorset area who book a series of three NWFK workshops. So, if you have an area of outdoor space that it waiting to be transformed into a fun,interactive and inspiring wildlife, veggie or sensory garden, then why not take advantage?
If you might be interested, here’s the deal.
* Three workshops need to be booked by Sept 30th 2012 and are to take place by March 31st 2013.
* The area for the garden design can be up to 25sqm in size. Alternatively, we will offer a planting plan for an area of approx. 15sqm.
* Nature’s Way Garden Design will provide an initial outline plan, with details on the garden layout and features. We can recommend landscapers if required although construction details will not be included in this offer.
* We will happily take on board any suggestions from the children or staff and do what we can to incorporate them into the design to ensure the space is widely used and enjoyed.
* NWFK can provide workshops suitable for a wide age range from reception year upwards. Activities will be adapted according to the age of the children but they can be based around the following topics :
‘Willow workshop‘ – from making willow creatures or Christmas decorations to living willow structures.
‘Grow-your own workshop‘ – introducing veggie growing and gardening to all ages.
‘Wildlife workshop‘ – from making habitats for a variety of garden wildlife to planting a nectar-rich border.
‘Miniature garden workshop‘ – creating a imaginative landscape from desert to a woodland scene. Fun for younger kids!
‘Sensory gardening workshop‘ – planting containers or borders of plants based around the five senses. Fuzzy leaves, fluffy grasses and scented herbs will all be included.
If you would like any further information on the workshops or offer in place, please do not hesitate to contact NFWK on 01202 78930 or mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our website.
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