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Transition Belfast - Permaculture Evening and Seed Swap

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Transition Belfast - Permaculture Evening and Seed Swap

Time: March 10, 2011 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Ballynafeigh Community Development Association
Event Type: growing
Organized By: Transition Belfast
Latest Activity: Mar 4, 2011

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Event Description

Delighted to say we are planning a permaculture evening and seed swap next Thursday 10th March at Ballynafeigh Community Development Association on the Ormeau Road from 7.30 - 9.30pm.

We will be watching a couple of short videos on permaculture followed by a discussion with a Q & A session so please bring any niggling challenges or success stories from your garden last year.

To celebrate the first signs of spring we will also be having a seed swap. Transition Holywood had a seed swap at the start of the year - Please see below to see how it works.

Finally please remember our Nature Walk along the Tow Path on Sunday 27th March and please forward these emails to anyone who might be interested.

Hope to see you next Thursday


Do you have spare half empty or unopened seed packets? Have you no seeds to swap but would like to start growing this year?

How does it work on the day?
• You are welcome whether you have seeds to swap or not
• No seeds to swap? We have a selection for you to take away and try!
• If you have seeds you can bring partially emptied or unopened packets of bought seeds or, saved seeds from last year’s plants
• Seeds can be veg, fruit or flower – there will be a swapping table for each
• Important: all seeds must be in date for the 2011 growing season!
• You can swap flower for vegetable, bought for saved, an opened packet for an unopened packet etc.
• Children can make a seed packet & take away sunflower seeds
• Tea and coffee available

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