Farm Fencing for Beginners
A fully hands-on practical one day workshop
Sunday June 19th 2011
9am to 3pm
Cambridge Community Garden site
Vogel Street (entrance behind Resthaven Retirement Village)
This workshop is ideal for D.I.Y. lifestyle block owners wanting to up skill and fence their own properties safely and securely.
Proceeds from the fees go towards fencing materials for the Cambridge Community Garden which is a Sustainable Cambridge project
Tutor – Greg Burton hails from a sheep farming family in Tarankai. With 30 plus years fencing experience. His work as a shepherd, shearer and fencer has taken him all over the country from Stewart Island to the Far North. Notably Greg was the post contractor for Maungatautiri Ecological Park, respected for his eye for detail and a wealth of experience, you will be hard pressed to find a better tutor for this workshop.
- Please bring your own lunch and snacks. Tea & Coffee provided on the day.
- Workshop limited to 10 people on a first come, first served basis.
- Meet at the Cambridge Community Garden site, Vogel St, Cambridge @ 9am sharp.
- Held by Sustainable Cambridge
P O Box 1173, Cambridge
Tel: 07 823 7433
$35 per person
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Terms of Trade: Bookings will not be accepted without full payment. Bookings will be confirmed by email to the address stated above. If you are attending with others we suggest you forward the confirmation email to them. The workshop will go ahead rain, hail or shine. We reserve the right to refuse bookings. No refunds will be made for cancellations made after Monday 13th June 2011. The practical skills undertaken in this workshop can be hazardous; Sustainable Cambridge and its staff accept no responsibility for injury, loss or damage to attendees or their property. You accept that your attendance is at your own risk.