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Events and Workshops

English Country Medicine group photo, Gunthope Hall, May 2017

 

 

Advanced Hedgerow Medicine

17th to 21st September 2018

Join Julie and Matthew for a 5-day summer course in Hedgerow Medicine at their Tudor cottage in Norfolk. This course is for those who have attended previous courses in herbal medicine, with us or or elsewhere, who would like to deepen their knowledge and their connection with plants. 

We'll be spending lots of time in the garden, harvesting herbs and making a range of medicinal preparations. The small group size will mean that individual interests can be addressed.

Cost £550, includes materials and a simple vegetarian lunch each day. Please note that there is now a waiting list for this course, so please contact us if you'd like to be added to the list.

  

Foraging Day

10th October 2018, Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk

Details to be confirmed, but please contact us if you are interested.

 

The UK Medicinal Mushroom Conference

3rd and 4th November 2018, Stanton Fitzwarren, Wiltshire

A two day conference on Medicinal Mushrooms. Julie and Matthew have been deleloping a range of essences made from British fungi, and will be sharing their findings.

http://www.thewildsideoflife.co.uk/page9.htm

For more information about the conference, or to book, contact: beesandmushrooms@gmail.com

 

Herbal Christmas Presents and Winter Remedies

23rd November, Cambridge Botanic Gardens

Julie and Matthew will be teaching a practical day of making herbal body and bath products, as well as remedies for winter ailments to keep you healthy through the cold months.

£70, 10 to 4 For more information and to book: Cambridge Botanic Gardens  Botanic/Event.aspx

or phone them 01223 331875

 

Spring Hedgerow Medicine week

6th – 10th May 2019, Ashwellthorpe

Join Julie and Matthew for a 5-day spring course in Hedgerow Medicine at their Tudor cottage in Norfolk. Practical medicine making and connecting with the plants around us will be the focus, so this course would suit those who already have experience in herbal medicine as well as those that are starting their journey. 

We'll be spending lots of time in the garden, harvesting herbs and making a range of medicinal preparations, many of which you will be able to take home with you at the end of the course. The small group size will mean that individual interests can be addressed.

Cost £550, includes materials and a simple vegetarian lunch each day.