For our next Herbs for Healing session, on Tuesday 20th June 10am-2pm, we will be joined by Medical Herbalist student Beth Maiden, to learn about herbs for mental health:'In this informal workshop we’ll explore ‘nervines’ - herbs that have a beneficial effect on the nervous system. We’ll look at common complaints such as low mood, mild anxiety, insomnia and PMS, and talk about the different ways herbal medicine can support our mental and emotional health'.Afterwards, we will look at growing herbs in small indoor and outdoor spaces. Hot drinks, tools and the gazebo shelter will be provided, but as always, please dress for the unpredictable weather!Pop us a message to let us know if you plan on coming,Fern firstname.lastname@example.org
For our next Herbs for Healing session, on Saturday 10th June 11am-3pm, we will be joined by Ann Owen from Enion's Garden, Furnace, to learn about some exciting and unusual ways to use herbs in the kitchen:"10 ways with herbs: liven up your meals with fresh herbs, muddle them into your cocktails, dry them for winter use, mix with salt for the bbq, make pestos, oils and vinegars. We’ll have a look at the many ways herbs can be used to make your cooking more interesting. If you like to have a go, bring your favorite knife and chopping board, as well as a clean jar or two, so you can take something home". We will follow this with some maintenance on the apothecary and pricking out of seedlings. Hot drinks, tools and the gazebo shelter will be provided, but as always, please dress for the unpredictable weather!Pop us a message to let us know if you plan on coming,Fern email@example.com
For our next Herbs for Healing session, we will be continuing some wild plant identification techniques with botanist Fiona Cauley, learning about another collection of wild herbs, and how to tell the difference between some similar looking species. We'll be running this session on Tuesday 23rd May, from 10am - 2pm , so make sure to bring your lunch!We'll also be continuing with some seed sowing, so if you would like to sow some interesting varieties of herbs to take home and grow, please bring a small seed tray or something similar (like a plastic tray you buy mushrooms in at the shop!). We will provide the compost and seeds. Hot drinks, tools and the gazebo shelter will be provided, but as always, please dress for the unpredictable weather!We hope to see you there!Fern
Job title: Gardening Session LeaderSalary: £98 per week (£14 per hour), on self-employed basis, plus extra days as needed e.g., cover for other sessionsLocation: Gerddi Bro Ddyfi Gardens (GBDG)Hours: 7 hours per week. To run the Tuesday therapeutic gardening drop-in sessions, using horticulture and other related knowledge to provide support for individuals, and to assist with the maintenance of the community gardens. Click here for the full job description and details of how to apply. CV & letter by to be received by Monday 23nd May at 12pm. Interviews will be held Tuesday 30th May. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Rydym yn llogi!Teitl y Swydd: Arweinydd Sesiynau GarddioCyflog: £98 yr wythnos (£14 yr awr) fel gweithiwr hunangyflogedig, + diwrnodau ychwanegol fel bo angen e.e. cyflenwi ar gyfer sesiynau eraill Lleoliad: Gerddi Bro DdyfiOriau: 7 awr yr wythnosRhedeg sesiynau garddio therapiwtig galw-heibio ar Ddydd Mawrth, gan ddefnyddio gwybodaeth arddwriaethol a gwybodaeth arall gysylltiedig i gynorthwyo unigolion. Helpu i gynnal a chadw’r gerddi cymunedol.Cliciwch yma am ddisgrifiad swydd llawnY CV a’r llythyr i’w derbyn erbyn Dydd Mawrth 23ain Mai am 12pm. Cynhelir y cyfweliadau ar Ddydd Mawrth 30ain Mai.