Join local horticulturalists and artist Joanna Brinton as we explore plants traditionally used to make tea. Drop in as we look for specimens local to the gallery and in the park, in particular the Rosebay Willow or Fireweed; a fast growing weed common to bomb sites that was gathered and dried to make drinks during the post war years.
In this free session, we will be working with plant specimens and continue a local tradition by developing your own brew. Using these natural materials, read your tea leaves, use them to make prediction cards and find out what the future has in store for you.
Drop-in event for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.