Hanging Basket Workshop

From Ninewells Community Garden :
Our next volunteer day on Saturday 29th April will include a workshop to create your own beautiful hanging basket – for free!  
All materials will be provided and expert guidance given by Alex Graham, who creates beautiful baskets with the Maggie’s Centre gardening group.
The volunteer day will run from 10am – in the morning we will attend to a range of gardening jobs in the garden; the hanging baskets workshop will run from 1pm-3pm.  
Please bring some lunch if you’d like to come for the day, we will provide tea, coffee etc.
Do let us know if you’d like to attend the baskets workshop as spaces are limited – facilitator@ninewellsgarden.org.uk

Ninewells Community Garden event

On Thursday 23rd February, Ninewells Community Garden is running a workshop to help develop a vision for the garden. 
• How do we see the garden and charity develop? 
• What are the opportunities and challenges? 
Starting at 1pm, the workshop will take approximately 2 hours, after which there will be refreshments and a presentation to volunteers.
All are welcome – no booking required – please bring food or drink to share if you are able.
More information is available here.

Ninewells Community Garden mosaic session

Ninewells Community Garden is holding a mosaic session on Wednesday 14th December. 
Bring along any ideas you have, whether making signs for the arboretum, starting a personal project, stepping stones, covering garden tools – you name it! 
It is free of charge and no experience necessary.
Refreshments provided.     
Taking place from 1pm and 3pm in the luxury of the Community Garden’s new garden room – more details here.

Medical History Museum open evening

From the Curator of Museum Services at the University of Dundee : 
As many of you know, this year we have been creating a new permanent display for the Tayside Medical History Museum in the School of Medicine at Ninewells Hospital. We will be having an open evening to show off the results on Wednesday 7th December from 5pm to 6.30pm.    
This will include a short talk at 5.30pm by curator Matthew Jarron on Dundee’s Medical Pioneers in the Gannochy Trust Lecture Theatre, next door to the museum displays. 
The Tayside Medical History Museum has one of the finest collections in Scotland and the new displays tell the history of Dundee’s hospitals and Medical School as well as looking at pioneering research and the development of surgery and other forms of medical treatment. 
Admission is free and refreshments will be served. To help gauge numbers, we would be grateful if you could book for the event via Eventbrite here.
To find the museum, go in the main hospital entrance and turn left just before the reception desk in the main concourse.   Head along the corridor until you reach the blue promenade area for the Medical School.   Turn right before the seating area and you’ll find the displays there.