Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Wild Steps Project, which is funded by North Staffs NHS, is offering free places on its evening course on ‘Growing your Own food’ at Clough Hall Park Pavillion on Tuesday 26 th June. The evening event, starting at 6pm for two and a half hours, will introduce participants to selecting vegetables, planting, potting and will give people an introduction to a cheap and healthy way of providing their own food. There will also be a demonstration of some healthy home grown food options. This course is ideal for beginners and established growers.
Organiser Shaun Rimmer said: "This great free opportunity is linked to the Wild Steps project which is about people learning how to improve their own well being by taking positive steps to improve their health and growing your own food not only keeps you active but you also get the reward and satisfaction of eating the healthy food you have grown yourself. I would book a place early as last year’s course held in Knutton was very popular"