Famous gardens and gardeners
An adult education course with tutor Andrew Mikolajski.
Helmdon Reading Room, Tuesday evenings for 8 weeks.
People have always made gardens. This course explores in detail several significant and interesting gardens and their creators.
We’ll look at historical trends, budgetary constraints and changing plant styles. We will also consider contemporary developments, the use of non-plant material and the restoration of historic gardens.
Course Dates: This eight-week course starts Tuesday 17 January 2012
at 7:30pm at The Reading Room, Helmdon. Each meeting is 2 hours.
Half term (no session) 14 February 2012.
Registration: Helmdon Reading Room, Church Street, Helmdon NN13 5QJ
7:15pm - 7:30pm on Tuesday 17 January.
Venue accessible to wheelchairs and hearing loop is installed.
All adults welcome - no qualifications are required to join any course.
Full Fee: £53.60 (payable on second week).
Discounted fee: £48.25 (payable on second week) if attending two or more courses at the same time.
No course fee payable: If receiving Jobseeker's Allowance; Income Support or certain other benefits. Please ask for a full list.
You may qualify for help with fees and other expenses if gross annual household income less than £15,276 (figure subject to change).
Further Information: visit www.helmdon.com or contact Richard Farquharson, Branch Secretary. Tel.: 01295 760079 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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