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Growing Sudley CIC: Nature’s Apothecary Workshop 3

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Growing Sudley CIC: Nature’s Apothecary Workshop 1

23 January 2022

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Growing Sudley CIC: Nature’s Apothecary Workshop 1

SUNDAY 23 JANUARY / 1–3PM / BOOK HERE

Growing Sudley CIC is reviving the neglected walled garden at South Liverpool’s Sudley Estate, a hidden gem within the historic site containing National Museums Liverpool Sudley House and world-class art collection. Sudley was bequeathed by the Holt shipping merchant family to ‘the people of Liverpool’, ensuring protection of the heritage assets from commercial development. The volunteer-led group are using permaculture and organic practices to create a social greenspace asset with economic and environmental sustainability.

The project began when the Friends of Sudley Estate asked, ‘how to bring the walled garden back into use for the local community?’. Encouraging urban connections to nature using Therapeutic Horticulture, Forest School, Mind-Body Practices, Nature Therapy and Community Herbalism, the group spent five years developing practice and ideas with over 3000 local people, including those with disabilities, long-term health conditions and communities of need. A plan emerged to create a Therapeutic Garden for health, wellbeing and play through the healing power of nature, plants and herbs.

The derelict changing rooms next to the garden will become a low carbon Therapy and Wellbeing Centre with affordable space for therapists, in partnership with Ullet Road Eco Offices, one of South Liverpool’s earliest zero-carbon projects. Using renewable systems and resources, these grassroots retrofitted buildings are developing local knowledge and resources to help move towards a low carbon-future whilst waiting for politics and industry to catch up.

Growing Sudley work extensively with community herbalism, empowering people to use herbs and plants for healing, as ancient wisdom allows. Knowledge and practice we have lost of how to nourish mind, body and soul with what nature offers. Working with medical herbalists, the group run workshops and activities on herbal remedies and on using nature’s apothecary of herbs, plants and what we often dismiss as ‘weeds’.

Nature’s Apothecary Workshops:

Join us with medical herbalist Sue Sprung to discover ways to use some common wild plants and weeds to heal and nourish.

Suitable for all ages (children must be accompanied)

Sunday 23th January

Sunday 13th February

Sunday 6th March

SUNDAY 23 JANUARY / 1–3PM / BOOK HERE

Growing Sudley CIC is reviving the neglected walled garden at South Liverpool’s Sudley Estate, a hidden gem within the historic site containing National Museums Liverpool Sudley House and world-class art collection. Sudley was bequeathed by the Holt shipping merchant family to ‘the people of Liverpool’, ensuring protection of the heritage assets from commercial development. The volunteer-led group are using permaculture and organic practices to create a social greenspace asset with economic and environmental sustainability.

The project began when the Friends of Sudley Estate asked, ‘how to bring the walled garden back into use for the local community?’. Encouraging urban connections to nature using Therapeutic Horticulture, Forest School, Mind-Body Practices, Nature Therapy and Community Herbalism, the group spent five years developing practice and ideas with over 3000 local people, including those with disabilities, long-term health conditions and communities of need. A plan emerged to create a Therapeutic Garden for health, wellbeing and play through the healing power of nature, plants and herbs.

The derelict changing rooms next to the garden will become a low carbon Therapy and Wellbeing Centre with affordable space for therapists, in partnership with Ullet Road Eco Offices, one of South Liverpool’s earliest zero-carbon projects. Using renewable systems and resources, these grassroots retrofitted buildings are developing local knowledge and resources to help move towards a low carbon-future whilst waiting for politics and industry to catch up.

Growing Sudley work extensively with community herbalism, empowering people to use herbs and plants for healing, as ancient wisdom allows. Knowledge and practice we have lost of how to nourish mind, body and soul with what nature offers. Working with medical herbalists, the group run workshops and activities on herbal remedies and on using nature’s apothecary of herbs, plants and what we often dismiss as ‘weeds’.

Nature’s Apothecary Workshops:

Join us with medical herbalist Sue Sprung to discover ways to use some common wild plants and weeds to heal and nourish.

Suitable for all ages (children must be accompanied)

Sunday 23th January

Sunday 13th February

Sunday 6th March

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