Leading soil scientist to speak at British Sugar TOPSOIL landscape design event

Tim O'Hare, soil scientist and designer of the Olympic Park soils, will join British Sugar TOPSOIL's Andy Spetch in presenting a soil masterclass for garden and landscape designers on Wednesday 17 June in Norfolk.

British Sugar TOPSOIL is the UK’s largest supplier of quality manufactured topsoil to the landscape, construction and amenity sectors. 

The event, due to be held at at British Sugar's Wissington manufacturing plant in Norfolk, is free to attend but is strictly limited to 20 delegates and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis to members of the SGD, Registered Designer members of BALI and landscape architects.

Following registration (from 10.30 am), the day will include designer-focused technical presentations from Spetch and O'Hare and a tour of the UK’s largest sugar manufacturing plant, including their award-winning horticulture business which produces around 140 million 'eco-friendly' tomatoes each year and TOPSOIL’s production facility.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided and the event will conclude at approximately 3.30 pm.

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