In the run up to the Chelsea Fringe and our River of Herbs planting scheme, we were lucky enough to have an exhibition display in the reception of Kingston University’s main campus. This was a great talking point and people loved the idea of planting up our streets. With medicinal herbs on display for passers by to touch and small we had lots of interest in the herbs themselves too, as well as the planting scheme for the Chelsea Fringe. We even bumped into the lovely founder of local handmade beeswax product company BeeInspired!

exhibition at KU and coursesIn addition to the exhibition we also ran a couple of organic skin care workshops for staff and students which were very popular. We have had requests for further workshops, particularly from staff, and so hope to connect with Kingston University again soon. Get in touch if you’d like us to run a workshop at your work place.

TTK Editor