Sunday 27 March 2011, 14.00–16.00
A walk hosted by Tate Britain and lead by public works with gardener Hamish Liddle, which will visit local green spots, meet green thumbs, and explore cracks and forgotten spaces for future greenery. Looking at ways to appropriate the city through growing plants.
You are invited to join us for a spring walk linking Tate Britain and the Garden Museum (Lambeth) via several special local green spaces. The walk will take in plant pots, edible plots, public parks and secret gardens. Enroute we will sow wildflower seeds with superb seed ingots made by local residents and visitors to the galleries with public works and Hamish Liddle.
The Garden Café at the Garden Museum will provide tea and cake
The walk is free but booking is required
To find out more or take part call Ashley on 020 7887 3947 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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