Creating Eden Wherever You Live, Sir Tim Smit, Eden Project
Date: Wednesday 9 December
Time: 5pm - approx 6pm
Where: This will be livestreamed on our Facebook page - see below for details
Sir Tim Smit is best known for his achievements in Cornwall. He ‘discovered’ and then restored ‘The Lost Gardens of Heligan’ with John Nelson, which is now one of the UK’s best loved gardens having been named ‘Garden of the Year’ by BBC Countryfile Awards (Mar 2018). Tim’s book ‘The Lost Gardens of Heligan’ won Book of the Year in 1997.
Tim is Executive Vice-Chair and Co-founder of the multi award-winning Eden Project in Cornwall. Since its opening in 2001, over 22 million people have come to see a once sterile pit, turned into a cradle of life containing world-class horticulture and startling architecture symbolic of human endeavour. Tim is also Executive Co-Chair for Eden Project International which aims to have an Eden Project on every habited continent by 2025.
How to watch Tim's talk, and how to take part
There is no need to have a Facebook account to view.
Tim will be talking about nature in our urban landscape and there will be a chance to ask questions too.
Read more about Tim and the Eden Project here.
Link to Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheNorwoodForum
Ask questions in advance here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask questions during the talk: use the Comments box on Facebook (only available if you have an account)