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Enfield farm invites locals to experience something new.
Traditional skills such as scything and wine making will be taught in a series of one-day courses at an Enfield farm.
Led by experts including lecturers and wine makers, Forty Hall Farm in Forty Hill, Enfield will give people the chance to test their hands in a variety of one-day courses.
The first course will be held on Saturday, September 7 as an introduction to grape growing and wine making by vine grower, Marko Bojcun.
The second course will take place on Saturday, September 21, where the skill of scything, a low-cost and traditional way of cutting grass will be taught.
Kate McGeevor, Forty Hall Farm Manager said: “The aim of the short courses is to give people a chance to learn a new skill while meeting other people and to spend time outdoors on the farm.
"They would make a great present for someone looking to do something a bit different, or anyone looking to escape the city for a day! I'm particularly looking forward to the scything course.”
The farm is run by Capel Manor College, Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield with all courses held at the farm running from 10am to 4pm at £50 per person, which will also include an organic lunch.
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