Using materials foraged from in and around the Rosyth Community Garden, talented woodland wedding florist Tupelo Tree will teach a free workshop at 1pm on Sunday 2 October showing how to style and shape flowers and foliage for a unique bouquet. Spaces are free but limited. If you fancy going along, email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Rosyth Eats was founded in 2015 by Rosyth Community Council. Edible And Tasty Spaces (EATS) are unfenced public spaces planted with fruit, vegetable and flowers. People are able to help themselves to ripe produce or the food is harvested and given to community groups. You can find out more here or you can get in touch with the project team by sending an email to email@example.com.
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