Leaflet Making Workshop, Ratfriland (Ireland)

In this two-hour workshop you will learn to use the free online software Canva to design a promotional leaflet for your project. 
Bring along some photos of your project, a programme of events for 2020, a description of the garden and contact details, and by the end of the evening each group will have a print ready double sided A5 leaflet.
We will send your design for print and you will receive 200 leaflets to distribute to your community! Non SF&G members may incur an additional cost.

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Celebrate our 40th anniversary/Dathlwch ein pen-blwydd yn 40 oed (Wales/Cymru)

Come and join us in celebrating our 40th birthday!

Meet other community growers and hear about their projects, get advice on your own project, have a delicious local lunch, a walk and talk around the Woodland Skills Centre and enjoy a practical activity – make a mini meadow or plant some trees.

Where: Woodland Skills Centre, Bodfar, Denbighshire LL16 4DT

When: March 17th 2020, 10:30am - 4:30pm

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Good Insurance for Farms and Gardens (Members only)

An opportunity for anyone managing an SF&G member organisation growing, garden or farm site to have any insurance worries answered by our partner McClarrons, followed by a session looking at managing risk within your setting.

Where: Meanwood Valley Urban Farm, Leeds

When:  Tuesday 24th March 2020, 10.00am - 3.30pm (arrival from 9.30am).

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Growing Care Farming Project: Care Farming Awareness Day (Thirsk, N.Yorkshire)

Growing Care Farming Project: Care Farming Awareness Day (Thirsk, N.Yorkshire)

Are you interested in referring users to care farms or commissioning care farm services? Are you interested in starting to deliver care farming services yourself? If the answer to either of those questions is 'Yes' then this event is for you.

This Care Farming Awareness Day is aimed at both referrers/commissioners of services and also prospective care farmers.

Where: Rural Arts, The Old Courthouse, Westgate, Thirsk, YO7 1QS

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CEVAS (Countryside Educational Visits) Training Dates

The Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme is a nationally recognised accreditation, the scheme offers training for individuals who are working – or plan to work – with groups of school children, young people or clients with additional needs.

Training is coordinated and delivered by the Access to Farms partnership, and accredited by Credit4Learning, part of the Open College Network (OCN). Two-day training events are planned in various venues across England. There are also distance learning options.

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