Sarah Bee

Sarah Bee

As the Apricot Centre's housekeeper and a creator of beautiful spaces, I look after the training centre and the pod keeping them clean, tidy and feeling homely.

I also help look after the herb tea garden and medicinal plant beds directly outside the Centre.

I have a passion for medicinal plants and use many in the herbal balms I make.

I am a great lover of the outdoors and live off-grid closely connected to Nature, the Elements and the cycle of the seasons , embracing all the joys and challenges they bring!

I enjoy walking , singing, foraging, gardening, cooking, wild- swimming and dancing. I am also an artist who likes to design tattoos and I have range of Nature-inspired drawings as greetings cards.

I take pride in caring for the Centre, valuing all the beneficial work accomplished here and love how the combination of farming and well-being creates a place for all to be nourished and nurtured, strengthened, supported and sustained on many ways levels ... and they grow the tastiest vegetables ever!

I shop with the Apricot Centre because the quality of the produce surpasses what supermarkets can offer. It's grown or sourced locally and gives back to the economy in the area. It's important to me to spend wisely and ethically.

— Andy Williamson

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