‘Memory Cafe’ Christmas Wreath making at the National Wildflower Centre

December 8, 2015

in A selection of my garden wildlife videos, Making natural Christmas wreaths, Nature, health and well being, Working with Schools/Colleges

Christmas wreaths from natural materials

 We would like to invite you to the next ‘Memory Cafe’ at the National Wildflower Centre, run by WEA Tutor George Pilkington. The session will be held on Monday 14th December 2015, starting at 12:30pm with a finish time of 2:30pm. The room will be available from 12 noon. This is open to anyone and it’s FREE..
Make a Christmas great. Naturally!!

Make a Christmas wreath. Naturally!!

The relaxed session will allow people to meet up and take part in some activities at the centre, if they wish. Light refreshments will be provided. People are also more than welcome to attend a self led nature walk around the gardens, in the afternoon. Due to our unpredictable weather, you may like to prepare for all eventualities and bring along a light-weight waterproof jacket / umbrella.

Our refreshments will include a light lunch with tea and coffee. You are also more than welcome to use the Cornflower Cafe, which serves delicious freshly prepared food and home-made soups and cakes. They offer a wide range of reasonably priced hot and cold snacks, meals and refreshments for you to enjoy..

The NWC is a seasonal eco-vistor attraction in Knowsley, just five minutes from Liverpool City Centre. They showcase our natural wildflower heritage and inspire you to create new wildflower landscapes wherever you live. They offer seasonal nature displays, raising awareness about the importance of wildflowers and encourage people to learn about creative conservation.
Working collaboratively with the Workers’ Educational Association, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital Trust (RLBUHT), Mersey Care NHS Trust and National Wildflower Centre / Landlife.
As places are limited, you will need to book in advance for the session. You can do this by either calling 0151 243 5340 or by emailing awhittle@wea.org.uk, please also include the number of places you require.

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