Renovation & Conservation Courses

Renovation & Conservation Courses

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Considering a Course in Renovation & Conservation?  Are you passionate about history and the conservation of historical objects and buildings but you’re not sure where to get started? Renovation and Conservation…
Gardening Courses

Gardening Courses

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Are you considering growing a career in gardening? We suggest you start here. The practice of growing and cultivating plants as part of horticulture is referred to as gardening. It…
Horticulture Courses: Learn More About Horticulture

Horticulture Courses: Learn More About Horticulture

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Considering a Horticulture Course?  A horticulture course is a great choice for anyone who loves nature and growing all kinds of plants. The course will help you to gain an…
10 Things To Know About… Biodiversity

10 Things To Know About… Biodiversity

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Tonight’s episode of 10 Things To Know About…. is all about Biodiversity! Screening on RTÉ One at 8.30, 10 Things To Know About…. Biodiversity features Sarah Larragy, a post-graduate at…
Creedons College Enrolling in 2016

Creedons College Enrolling in 2016

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Creedons Collegeare delighted to be taking enrolments on our 2016 courses. All courses are designed to maximise learning in a limited time frame, as we have designed our courses to…
Reap the rewards of growing your own produce

Reap the rewards of growing your own produce

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It’s easy to spend ten minutes picking out a few fresh-looking carrots and a head of cabbage from your local supermarket. Growing your own takes a bit more effort and…
DIY Courses – Reclaiming your Home

DIY Courses – Reclaiming your Home

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We all like things to be convenient. From our foods to our shopping to our entertainment. It has simply become easier to leave it to someone else to provide the…
Being all grown up: getting into gardening

Being all grown up: getting into gardening

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‘A person who is growing a garden, if he is growing it organically, is improving a piece of the world.’ So said the American poet and academic Wendell Berry. The…
Getting your garden in shape for the summer

Getting your garden in shape for the summer

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Christmas and New Years may be well and truly behind us (unless you’re Chinese of course) but at least the long, dark winter nights are beginning to shorten. Once again,…