An opportunity to explore how gardeners in the South West of England might adjust or change their gardens to make the most of the challenges that climate change presents. Professional garden designer Christine Pritchard will discuss some of the simple ways in which domestic gardens can be adapted to deal with excess rainfall and increasingly unpredictable seasonal changes.
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Course Dates 2017 – 2018
Fridays 10am to 3pm Christine Pritchard
These courses take place at Stoke Lodge
- 2 sessions on 16 and 23 March £62 / £38 GCC70
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2018 -19 from Summer 2018
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Tutor – Christine Pritchard
Subjects: Gardening and Garden Design
I worked as an under-gardener at Showerings in Shepton Mallet before going to horticultural college.
In 1987 I came back to Somerset to start my own landscape design business.
I received my MA in environmental policy and management from UWE, where I focused my dissertation on landscaping barn conversions.
Following success at Chelsea Flower Show, I worked on the “Roots and Shoots” gardening series for HTV.
As well as Stoke Lodge I also lecture at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden in horticulture and garden design.
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