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Ever since the Pandemic, people have had a renewed interest in learning traditional skills, especially when it comes to plants and food.
But as with a lot of things, these ambitions are usually put on the long finger because we don’t have any knowledge of where to begin.
From next month, Transition Town Kinsale and Green Campus Kinsale are inviting locals to join them and “upskill, fiddle with things, and share some joy” at a monthly evening of skills sharing designed to teach participants a few old tricks.
Transition Town Kinsale is a voluntary community initiative that aims to transition the town from a dependency on fossil fuels to a low-carbon future.
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On Tuesday, September 12th, the group will host the first event with a Seed Saving workshop, followed by Cider Making on October 10th. After you’ve mastered those skills, you can then learn how to make Macrame for free in November and create viable plant cuttings on Saturday, December 9th.
All events are free to attend but donations are welcome in order to cover costs. Book your place by emailing email@example.com