Charity is seeking Master Gardeners to dig for victory

Have you got two years or more food-growing experience and a passion to share your knowledge with others?

Gardeners' quation time: have you got what it takes to volunteer?

Gardeners’ question time: have you got what it takes to volunteer?

Garden Organic, a national charity, is looking for lively volunteers to join Croydon Master Gardeners.

The Master Gardener programme is a volunteer network that supports local people and communities to grow fruit and vegetables in community gardens. Volunteers are invited to apply now for a two-day foundation course taking place on the October 10 and 11.

The charity is working with Croydon Council as part of the Food Flagship project.

It’s a lively volunteer role, and you’ll be fully trained and supported by a local co-ordinator.
Volunteers are asked to contribute a minimum of 30 hours a year and in return you’ll get training, support from a local co-ordinator, manual, polo shirt and badge, Garden Organic resources and membership and much more.

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