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Grow and Graze

WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre, 78 Ballydrain Road, Comber, County Down, BT23 6EA
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This event is part of Taste Summer in Ards and North Down. To view the full programme, click here.

Enjoy a unique day out with Tracey’s Farmhouse Kitchen and Castle Espie Wetland Centre.

Learn how to ‘grow your own’ then reap the benefits in the kitchen!

On 22nd June join expert gardener at the Gardener’s Bothy in Castle Espie and learn how to grow your own in an environmentally friendly way and take care of your garden in the Spring and Summer months.

The gardening session will be followed by a traditional Irish bread making experience with Tracey from Tracey’s Farmhouse Kitchen.

Enjoy your delicious home baked treat with tea or coffee, whilst you relax and take in breath-taking views over Strangford Lough, and end your day with a relaxing walk around the Castle Espie reserve.

Access to reserve for remainder of the day will be included with cost.

 

Please ensure that you check with all members of your party regarding food allergies, intolerances, and dietary requirements prior to booking tickets. It is the responsibility of the ticketholder to inform a member of staff at the host venue about  food allergies, intolerances and specific dietary requirements.  This must be done 72 hours before the experience by contacting the provider directly (contact to follow).

Full terms and conditions apply, go to Terms and Conditions page.

In line with government guidance around COVID-19, we encourage event attendees to continue to make safer choices including sanitising, wearing a face covering and keeping distance as appropriate.

Please note all events are subject to change.

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