Mush ado about nothing!
Young people growing mushrooms in Yorkshire on our LAND Permaculture site for education, wildlife, therapy, volunteering and food growing.
The entrance to Horton Community Farm is halfway up Cecil Avenue on the right hand side. Bus route 576 on Great Horton Road. Parking available on street. You'll see a metal gate & sign. We are often found by the shipping containers or polytunnels. We're open 10am - 2pm Wednesdays & Fridays for regular sessions & other activities. To arrange a time to visit or use the site for a course or activity contact [email protected] or 07403394142
We're open 10am - 2pm Wednesdays & Fridays for regular sessions & other activities. To arrange a time to visit or use the site for a course or activity contact Charlie (details below).
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What we've been up to
|What we did||When we did it||How many people took part||Who was there|
|We brought together the youth groups we've visited/involved as part of Mush ado about nothing to walk & ID mushrooms together in the woods.||30/10/2019 - 16:00||15||Mostly young people 12-25|
|Mush ado about nothing visits the Group Living for young people project from Horton Housing||30/10/2019 - 15:00||12||16 - 19 years|
|Mush Ado about Nothing visits Great Horton's Youth Group at Great Horton Village Hall||21/10/2019 - 17:00||30||Mostly young people 12-25|
|Bradford Environmental Education Service's Shaping Spaces Wellbeing Project visits Horton Community Farm & learn about mushrooms||09/10/2019 - 12:00||7||Mostly young people 12-25|
|Mush Ado About Nothing was part of Horton Community Farm's Open Day Festival on August 17th with over 250 people visiting that day.||17/08/2019 - 13:00||250||Mixed ages|
|On Friday 28th June we were invited by Horton Housing to meet 7 young people from around the world and teach them about mushroom growing!||28/06/2019 - 15:30||10||Mixed mainly 12-25 years|