Free Wirral events offer ecological insights and artistic inspiration

As the world blooms into spring, why not sign up to free events taking place in Wirral that look at how gardening and arts can help us look at the world around us. 

Earth Moves has announced a series of enriching and immersive events designed to celebrate the beauty of nature while nurturing creativity in the community. Titled “Exploring the Intersection of Nature and Creativity” this series offers a diverse range of activities for all ages, from crafting willow fences to exploring the art of herbal tea-making.

The event series will feature a variety of engaging workshops and hands-on experiences, including: Helping to make a dragon hugelkultur for Lunar New Year, disability-inclusive yoga, printmaking, helping to build a willow fence, harvest herbs and make your own tea, a children and families day to build a scarecrow, plus many more events.

Paula Staunton, Earth Moves Co-founder said, “We are thrilled to offer this series of events that celebrate the wonders of nature and encourage creativity. Whether you’re interested in gardening, crafting, or simply connecting with nature, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.”

All events in the series are free and open to the public, with materials provided. Participants are encouraged to register in advance to secure their spot.

For more information and to register for events, visit the Earth Moves Eventbrite page: https://earthmovesevents.eventbrite.com/ 

These events are funded and made possible thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund, Wirral Council, Liverpool City Region and Wirral Adult Learning. 

Why Attend:

  1. Free Admission: All events are free of charge, making them accessible to everyone in the community
  2. Hands-On Learning: Gain practical skills and knowledge that you can apply in your own garden, at home or in daily life
  3. Connect with Nature: Immerse yourself in the beauty of the garden and experience the restorative power of nature
  4. Build Community: Forge meaningful connections with fellow garden enthusiasts and neighbours who share your passion for sustainability and green living

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