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Gardening With Nature - A Talk by Maddy Harland

Maddy Harland is the co-founder of Permanent Publications and the Sustainability Centre in East Meon.

In this informative talk, Maddy will be asking the question; how can we create sanctuaries that feed local wildlife, provide us with food and are resilient to the climatic extremes we are now experiencing? 

Limited tickets available. Please book your tickets in advance from the Allen Gallery to avoid disappointment. Light refreshments provided.

  • Maddy Harland Talk

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Allen Gallery

Address: Allen Gallery, Church Street, Alton GU34 2BW
Telephone: 01420 82802

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