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Meadow Open Day 2024

Meadow Open Day 2024

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Saturday 6th July is National Meadows Day, and to celebrate we're hosting an Open Day here in the Seilich Wildflower Meadow!

From 10am to 4pm we'll be hosting an array of events and invite you to bring along a picnic, pick some flowers and enjoy the meadow!

Events taking place:
- Scotland The Big Picture - re-wilding talk
- Tackling the Menopause through Nutrition; talk and tastings by Charlotte from Mena-pause
- Mindful Drinking talk from Kirsty of Soberbuzz
- Wildflower Meadow talk with Seilich founder Dr Sally Gouldstone
- Meander Apparel clothing
- Jumpship Brewing alcohol free beer tasting
- Herbal Tea Bar serving Seilich botanical teas
- Mini Skincare Consultations
- Botanical Sketching with herbalist Nicole
- Seilich's Meadow Grown Skincare pop-up shop

In addition, you can book into the following events which will be taking place over the course of the day:
- Facial Experiences with Joys Organic Delights
- Yoga and Sound Healing with Janet Baxter and Paul Speers
- Meadow Bathing Experience with Wanderwomen

We hope to see you there!
The event itself is free to attend (although we do ask that you reserve your spot)

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To find the meadow, just type Seilich into google maps.

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  • Wildlife Friendly

    We are very proud to be the first company to have received a Wildlife Friendly certification in the UK across our whole product range.

  • Made Sustainably

    Our products are organic, sourced in the UK, low carbon and we have an average sustainability score of 9 values and above.

  • Recyclable Packaging

    All our packaging is recyclable with the exception of pump tops - keep hold of them and reuse on your next purchase.

  • Circular Growth

    We are passionate about reinvesting as we grow - the more botanical products we can sell, the more meadows we create to produce them.