We're very excited to introduce
Throw Sow Grow - a making/growing project using clay and native plants funded by Grow Wild!
Working with two groups of young people, one at Southside Youth Hub, the other at Bath City Farm and the wider community we'll be guiding participants through the process of making a potted garden. This hands on approach will offer opportunities for making and planting. We'll be learning about our native species, the habitat they provide and the wildlife they support and sharing this with gardeners young and old in Whiteway and beyond.
Throw Sow Grow events
Throw Sow Grow at the Blooming Whiteway 'Love Your Park' Party
Saturday 12 May
Rosewarn Park (see map below)
The Throw Sow Grow mobile pottery will be open again at the Love Your Park Party so join us for an afternoon of getting your hands dirty!
Throw, coil or pinch a pot and share in our potted garden project!
Pots made in March have now been fired by our Blooming Whiteway artist Zoe Cameron and will be reunited with their makers ready to be potted up with some wonderful native plants.
Artists and gardeners will be on hand to help, we welcome all abilities and ages.
Information for Visitors:
This is an outdoor event so please dress accordingly!
We are supported in all sorts of wonderful ways by Bath City Farm, we’ll be joined by the farm’s lovely staff who will be running wildlife activities and talking about the work they do.
There is a café & toilets at the farm, which is 10 minutes away on foot. bathcityfarm.org.uk
The entrance to Rosewarn Park is by the circle of huge trees where North Way meets Haycombe Drive.
There is free on street parking and the number 5 bus stop is by the trees. A detailed map is below.