We have a new home!

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We have a new home!

By Jane Clarke

September 01, 2019

We’re so thrilled to announce the opening of Nourish Studio, our new ‘home’ in the grounds of Grittleton House, near Chippenham, Wiltshire. Jane and the team have been busy painting, primping and preparing our permanent base, where we will be hosting events, workshops and more.

The Nourish Studio has been designed with you, our Nourish Community, in mind. We want it to be a gorgeous, comforting space where you can gather around the table, share delicious, nourishing food, meet the team, connect with others and find support and inspiration.

The Nourish Studio opens on Wednesday 11 September, and we’ll be announcing details of our upcoming events soon. Keep an eye on our newsletters for more details.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Nourish Studio.

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