Always wanted to have your own garden, but not sure where to start?
Learn to grow your own vegetables and flowers with the free SVQ level 1 and 2 course in Horticulture delivered by Cothrom in partnership with Lews Castle College
You will learn how to sow, grow, harvest, cook and preserve your produce. Learn what grows well on the islands and how to achieve the best results in your garden; equip yourself with new skills in pruning, propagating and producing colourful flower borders; improve the overall look of your garden or allotment and learn how to use a range of equipment.
Read more here, or get in touch with our Training Co-ordinator on 01878 700910 or email@example.com
Cothrom has secured grant funding from the Scottish Government Aspiring Communities Fund. The award will enable Cothrom to expand its learning, mentoring and support services within the local community. The “Grow Me” project will offer support and advice to enable people to access services to improve their quality of life and participate more fully in the life of the community. Susan Thomson has recently taken up the post within Cothrom and will be supported in the delivery by adult learning staff within Cothrom and other local providers.
The centre in Ormiclate will provide focus for the activities whilst outreach events will ensure that the community from Berneray to Barra has access to the service.
Increasing local service provision and encouraging inclusion and participation in community life leads to strengthened and empowered communities. The Aspiring Communities Funding of the “Grow Me” project will enable Cothrom to continue to provide community centred learning, training and childcare and to develop and deliver long term local solutions that address local priorities and needs.