Well I have to wait 5 days now until I know if I managed to get on this workshop coming up as mention below
my husband spotted in the local paper while getting our Chinese take away the other night so made some searching on the big wide web to find more information
so I will say sorry now if I put some information relating to compost if you would like to fire question back to me to answer relating to compost please feel free
Anyone over the age of 18 can become a Master Composter; you don’t need to be a composer already or have any volunteer or community group experience.
As a volunteer you will receive free training in home composting and related environmental issues provided by Garden Organic (formerly HDRA). The initial training is a two day foundation course and is held locally.
All trainees get a Master Composter resource pack and a visit to a composting site as part of the course. Once the training has been completed, you will be expected to spend 30 hours over the following year promoting home composting as a volunteer (IE not as part of a paid position).
Becoming a Master Composter is a great way to meet new people, learn valuable skills, and benefit from being part of a team that makes a difference.
The next training course will be held on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 April 2016 at the Green Britain Center in Swaffham. The free training is available to Norfolk residents over the age of 18 and travel expenses will be reimbursed.