Our exciting new Garden Design programme at Sandringham Estate is for anyone aged 16 – 25 looking to learn new skills, build their confidence and get some experience of the Garden Design Industry.
The only criteria is that you are NOT currently in Education, Employment or Training (or less than 14hrs/week).
Programme: Friday 20th July – Thursday 26th July 2018 (includes the weekend)
Location: Sandringham Estate, Kings Lynn (Private travel provided from Kings Lynn)
Interviews: W/C 25th June 2018
The Prince’s Trust and The Grow Organisation are offering a FREE training course which gives you a fantastic opportunity to work in a fun and new environment, whilst meeting new people and learning new skills.
Not only will it help you discover new talents and develop new skills, but you’ll also benefit from support from our staff or one of our mentors to help you uncover your next steps.
- Be involved with the 2018 Sandringham Flower Show
- Help create, construct and plant a wellbeing show garden
- Get involved with making willow obelisk's, bug hotels, bird boxes and more
- Add your creativity to the garden through our innovative workshops
- Enjoy a fun week improving your teamwork, communication skills and confidence
- Receive three months support after the programme
- The course will cost you nothing and your travel expenses and lunch will be provided each day
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE To join the course or find out more: Call for Free on 0800 842 842
As this is a wellbeing garden, we want it to represent the struggles and breakthrough young people make during difficult times.
Due to the varied roles within designing and creating a show garden, this programme would benefit anyone who is interested in Gardening, Garden Design, Landscaping and Garden Construction.
When and Where
This event takes place on 20/07/2018 in Sandringham Estate (Travel provided from King's Lynn), Norfolk
About Prince's Trust
We believe that every young person should have the chance to succeed. So, we help 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling at school to transform their lives. More than three in four...