Funded in 2019 by Ernest Cook, the Pippin Trust and Bulmers Benevolent Fund children harvest fruits, vegetables and herbs from the plot, learn about seasonality and growing, sow and tend crops, taste raw salads, peas, beans, fruits and herbs and then cook and eat a seasonal dish using the vegetables and herbs harvested.
Workshops are for a maximum of 16 children. We can sometimes accommodate larger class sizes or groups by offering farm walks for half of your group if you book two workshops.
We can tailor your cookery sessions to African cooking techniques and dishes if your class are studying Africa or children have previously attended our African Garden Workshops.
Harvesting & Cookery Workshops are available for booking between June and July 2019 and September and the end of October 2019.
Bookings and enquiries to Louisa Foti email@example.com or 07902 802982.
Cookery takes place in our brand new ‘Plot Box’ field kitchen, a converted and cladded shipping container at the side of our garden. Our kitchen was made possible by the generous donations of a surplus container from the Credenhill army camp, oak framed windows from Windowise in Hereford and all timber and cladding from Gibbs and Dandy also in Hereford.