Seeds of Resilience: A Celebration of the Brockhole Kitchen Garden Heritage Project
Date: 13 November 2021
Join us for a celebration of the Kitchen Garden Project.
- Find out more about the project and the garden’s history
- Take part in a free family workshop run by Richard Shilling, environmental artist and exhibitor in our Gaddum Gallery.
- View the inspiring Seeds of Resilience Exhibition in the Gaddum Gallery – by environmental artists Richard Shilling, James Brunt and Julia Brooklyn. This exhibition is open from 6 - 28 November.
- Visit the Kitchen Garden and newly opened exhibition to find out more about the garden’s past and its designer, Thomas Mawson.
A full day of activities:
10:00 – 16:00:
- Gaddum Gallery, Seeds of Resilience exhibition open for free viewing
- Kitchen Garden Heritage Exhibition open for free viewing
- Grounds and Gardens open – enjoy the wonderful autumn colours!
- Café and shop open
11am – 12:30: Outdoor, environmental workshop with Richard Shilling (pre-booking online required, free but with limited places)
13:30 – 14:30: Tour of Brockhole’s Kitchen Garden Project - a short history of the garden and project to date by Kate Jackson our Project Officer, with visit to the garden and creative seed activity.