Weleda Insight Day  – Garden and Gardener’s Wellbeing

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** Sadly we have had to postpone this Member’s Event at the Welelda Garden, due to measures that Weleda UK are understandably putting into place, in response to UK Government Coronavirus guidelines, to cancel all of their events and workshops until the end of August. **

In the meantime, why not join our online Gardening Club instead (click here).


Thurs 2nd July, 10 am – 4 pm
Weleda UK, Ilkeston, Derby, DE7 8DR    

Weleda are renowned for their commitment to ecological and personal wellbeing and their passion for sharing their knowledge about the healing power of plants and remedies. Root yourself in biodynamics and discover what makes them and their 13-acre medicinal garden so special.

Start the day with a guided tour of Weleda’s magical biodynamic garden with Claire Hattersley, Weleda’s former head gardener, and presenter of our new biodynamic gardening YouTube videos

  • enjoy an organic lunch prepared by local cook/gardener Mama Lou
  • find out about the gardener’s best friend Arnica, and experience Weleda’s natural first aid for gardeners
  • discover the fascinating properties of water and the joy of stirring the BD preparations
  • take home a Weleda goody bag

Read about what makes Weleda Insight days so popular here

Cost: £25 (incudes organic vegetarian lunch and refreshments)

Programme for the day

Arrive from 9.30 onwards with tea & coffee
10.00 Welcome
10.15 – 12.30 Guided Tour of Weleda Biodynamic Gardens with Claire Hattersley
12.30 – 1.30 Lunch – organic vegetarian

Afternoon : Gardener’s Wellbeing
1.30 – 2pm Arnica, the gardener’s best friend, including Weleda products
2- 2.30 pm Natural first aid for gardeners
2.30 – 3.00 Tea break
3.00 – 3.30 The power of water and the joy of stirring.
3.30 – 4 pm: Q&A and goodbyes

Directions: See https://www.weleda.co.uk/directions

Our grateful thanks to our BDGC partner Weleda for substantially subsidising this event and making it possible.