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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Planning an Education Future for the Botanical Gardens

Tue. 25 May 2021 at 10:30–12:00

£5

Nicola Thorpe is project development officer for the Sheffield Botanical Gardens. Over the past couple of years Nicola has devised and piloted a programme of garden-related events and activities, and is now waiting to hear about the success of an application to the National Lottery Heritage Fund. At this talk, Nicola will share the plans for the new education and engagement project at the Botanical Gardens.

She will provide information about the programme delivery strands, new volunteering and training opportunities, and some of the partnerships that will help grow and sustain education at Sheffield Botanical Gardens.

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