The 'View To A Future' Garden - 2003 Chelsea Flower Show



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The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) has full responsibility for the funding and planning of Post-16 education and training (excluding Higher Education). Its mission is to raise participation and attainment through high quality education and training, which puts learners first. This can only be achieved by working in partnership with other organisations that have similar goals. The ‘View To A Future’ garden project encourages collaboration between individuals and educational establishments in line with the LSC mission and values. The two colleges involved are:

The Arts Institute at Bournemouth, which is a Centre of Vocational Excellence in Lens-based Media and was awarded the Queens Anniversary Prize for Film. Students from the Institute will be documenting the project using digital video and photography. Kingston Maurward College in Dorchester, Dorset, specialises in modern land based industries. Horticultural students from the College will provide practical help to build and plant the garden.

This unique experience will give students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and experience and allow them to use their skills in a practical way.

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