On 20 May at 7.30pm, multi-Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Simon Rogan and his executive chef Dan Cox will talk about "A Growing Partnership". Pershore College supplies Rogan's restaurant Fera at Claridges with edible crops, including microveg and leaves, and their talk will discuss the challenges of growing perfect produce and the importance of a ‘growing’ partnership.
David Domoney, gardener and broadcaster visits the college on 6 June from 2-3pm to give his talk "Confessions of a TV Gardener". The This Morning gardening expert will talk about how he is inspiring future generations in the horticultural industry and what Pershore College used to be like through the eyes of an ex-student.
In July the college is opening its doors to local residents across the Vale of Evesham. At the Tour and Taste on Wednesday 8 July from 7-8.30pm, guests will have the opportunity to tour the college and grounds and uncover 60 years of history, Pershore’s future ambitions and finally a chance to sample the college’s products.
For more information and to book your free place, go to www.warwickshire.ac.uk/events.
Timetable of events
Wed 22 April 7.30-8.30pm - From Pershore Roots: Leigh Morris, Director of Community Conservation at The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
Wed 20 May 7.30-8.30pm – Growing Perfect Ingredients: Simon Rogan and Dan Cox, Fera at Claridge's
Sat 6 June: 2.00-3.00pm – Confessions of a TV Gardener: David Domoney
Wed 8 July: 7.00-8.30pm - Tour and Taste at Pershore College