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Our workshops are designed to empower people to make sustainable lifestyle choices, and to raise awareness around issues of environmental concern, always with a focus on providing practical everyday solutions.

We cater to charities, schools and universities, community groups, societies, businesses, RSLs and events, such as fairs, conferences or festivals. We have provided workshops for WWF, UK Feminista, Manchester Metropolitan University and Glastonbury Festival, to name a few. 

Please get in touch to ask about our workshops and how we can tailor them to your needs. Contact Connie@wen.org.uk

Our organic food growing workshops can cover one or a combination of the following: why organic growing?, organic methods, companion planting, crop rotation, pests and diseases, composting, seed saving, organic fertilisers, wildlife gardening, creating a windowsill salad garden, permaculture and visits to community gardens.

Testimonials

“I really enjoyed the course. I would love to come again, to learn more. Glenda is a fantastic tutor and gardener. Thank you, big thank you to anyone involved in this course. Brilliant idea!”
— Participant in Introduction to Food Growing at Tower Hamlets Homes, 2014
The workshop was a great way to raise awareness of issues and get students interested in the connection between gender and climate change.
— Participant in our Gender and Climate Change workshop, Manchester Metropolitan University
I had a great time at this workshop, so much fun just mixing stuff! It brought out our inner ‘mixtress’. And for the products I came away with, the knowledge, the good time AND the cupcakes, I thought the price was well worth it.
— Participant in our Fruity Beauty workshop, St Hilda's East Community Centre
“It has inspired me hugely- I have decided to eventually gain access to a plot to grow my own veg.”
— Participant at Introduction to Food Growing at Tower Hamlets Homes, 2015
The products are great. I loved that most of the ingredients I already have in my food cupboards.
— Participant in our Fruity Beauty workshop, St Hilda's East Community Centre