When: Monday 4th April, 9.30 – 5pm
Where: At Avalon Wildflower Park Opposite the Red Brick Building, Glastonbury
What: Avalon Wildflower Park is a new community project opposite the Red Brick Building. The former BMX track, now overgrown, is unloved and neglected. Our vision is to transform it into a haven of native plants, buzzing with life. We want to create a beautiful, fun and ecologically vibrant learning and community space.
As part of this project we have organised a course about pond design and construction for the multiple potential ponds on site.
About the Course
• This course will explain pond design principles, such as shape, location, drainage and marginal planting.
• We will look at how to create ponds that encourage wildlife and explore local native wetland plants.
• The course will look at the pros and cons of different pond-making materials (plastic, rubber, clay).
• It will introduce construction techniques for a new pond on site, which we will begin during the course.
Practical activities included so wear appropriate clothing and wellies.
Cost: The course is free for adults in receipt of state benefits, otherwise £10-£50 donation. Bring lunch to share. Booking essential.
How to book: To book please email Nicole: firstname.lastname@example.org