Bountiful Bristol Bulletin

‘Blue Fingers’ Workshop for Horticulturalists and Handicrafters 15th December by nadiacatkinhillman
December 8, 2014, 7:12 pm
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Charli Clark would like to invite you to take part in ‘Blue Fingers’, a meeting between the horticulturalists and handicrafters of Bristol to raise awareness of an important agricultural resource and gain skills and/or knowledge to protect land of this quality and significance in the future. She is looking for 10 growers and 10 crafters to be involved in this event.Could one of them be you?

  • Ideally the growers should have some knowledge of The Blue Finger, Bristol’s grade 1 agricultural land, currently threatened by urban development, or other information concerning food security in Bristol, soil quality and/or grow your own food initiatives.
  • The crafters should come with some understanding of crochet and it is hoped that they will be active in sharing their skill with the growers.

After a tour of the Feed Bristol site and an introduction to the current situation surrounding our prime agricultural land, the group will gather in the roundhouse to continue the discussion whilst the crafters and the growers begin to crochet the gloves alongside each other.

Tea, coffee and of course cake will be provided during the event, but please bring along lunch if you desire. Due to limited capacity please respond to Charli Clark to secure a place. More details will be sent to participants closer to the event. Please also send this information on to anyone you think may be interested.


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