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January 2022

New Year

All our sessions at Grow Mayow Community Garden 

 have paused sessions till end of February 2022

Our garden will be opening again early March 


Foxglove Forest school

Monday with Molly 10- 11:30

Wednesdays with Anne Marie 10 - 11:30 

Thursdays with Molly 10 -11:30 

Fridays with Anne Marie 10 - 11:30

Tuesdays 10am - 11am

Little Folk Nursery Rhyme time 


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