Learn about herbal remedies and medicinal plants…
Since 2010, I have been offering a wide variety of different herb gardening and herbal medicine courses, workshops, events, talks, and herb walks in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the wider East Midlands and further afield, for the general public, the herb-curious, local societies and interest groups (e.g. WI’s and Gardening Clubs), community organisations, charities, the public sector and corporate clients.
I’m passionate about sharing my knowledge of our native medicinal herbs and simple traditional herbal remedies with people from all walks of life, and all abilities, and inspiring people to take an active role in looking after their health, naturally, safely and using simple and fun-to-make herbal preparations with often home-sourced ingredients.
If you’d like to get involved, take a look at my Public Forthcoming Events Diary below (scroll down for event and workshop opportunities for private bookings). Events are also publicised on my Facebook page, Twitter and via my newsletter.
You can also read feedback and testimonials from previous events, talks and workshops here.
Events Diary 2017 / 2018
The following events are public events, open to all ( please note that some talks and stalls/events are paid entry, as charged by the organisation they have been organised by). The 2017 Herb Walk booking details will be published shortly, along with herbal workshop and tea tasting meditation dates!
To make sure you don’t miss out, why not sign up to my monthly newsletter (subscribe via the contact page), or follow me on Facebook!
Also, if you are a group, looking for a speaker at short-notice, do get in touch, as I am often able to help in such situations.
Tuesday 17th October 2017 – Bailgate U3A – 2.00pm, The Nightingale Masonic Centre, Nettleham Road, Lincoln. TALK – Lincolnshire Medicinal Herbs, past and present.
Tuesday 22nd May 2018 – Branston All Saints Ladies Group – 7.30pm, Branston Church Hall, Church Road, Branston. TALK – Herbs as Food and Medicine.
Thursday 7th June 2018 – Lindsey U3A – 10.30am, Welton Village Hall. TALK – Medicinal Herbs of Lincolnshire.
Wednesday 11th July 2018 – Wellingore U3A – 10.30am, Wellingore Memorial Hall. TALK – Medicinal plants: a first aid kit in your back garden.
Are you looking for a speaker or demonstrator for your event, workshop, society or group in Lincoln and Lincolnshire?
You are most welcome to contact me regarding bookings for societies, groups and events within the Lincoln and Lincolnshire region.
I am able to offer talks on:
- The History of Herbal Medicine
- Traditional Western Herbal Medicine for the Modern Age
- Creating your own Medicinal Herb Garden (Physic Garden)
- Other subjects (I can tailor a talk to your specific requirements)
In addition to this, I can offer demonstrations and workshops about:
- Traditional herbal remedies
- Making medicines from common kitchen ingredients
- Simple cosmetics made from ingredients in the home
- … and many other workshops, which I can tailor to your requirements.
As well as my annual public Herb Walk series, if your group would like an outdoor activity, I am able to offer private Herb Walk bookings in your local vicinity. If you would like to enquire about this, please feel free to get in touch. Please feel free to read some of the comments from those that have booked me in the past, here.
If you are looking for a herbalist or someone with knowledge of herbal medicine, growing wild flowers and herbs and indigenous wild plantlife, to feature in your printed / online publication, on your radio show, or on television, I can usually accommodate most enquiries.
With previous experience of print editorial (I am a past Editor “Student Thymes”, the quarterly publication of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists in-house newsletter, in addition to experience writing for the Lincolnshire Echo), as well as making regular appearances on local radio, speaking about herbal medicine and traditional remedies, I feel at ease with most forms of media, and present with a clear, confident and easy-to-understand manner.