Exhibitions & Talks


~Chicken Keeping Talks and Exhibitions for Organisations~

offers easy to understand, hands on training, tailored to suit your needs 

Chicken School prides itself with a reputable helpful service and customer satisfaction; after many requests from various establishments and promoted by The Poultry Club of Great Britain, we have diversified our Chicken Keeping Courses to include training / talks at organisations, schools and other societies as well as exhibiting at events and shows. Offering a free consultancy service to their customers.

Some Testimonials and Stories of some of the exhibitions and talks

A talk at SALGA (Swindon Allotment and Leisure Gardens Association)

The talk resulted in a very good turn out of non and members of the Association
Testimonial from SALGA
Val from Chicken School came to talk to the Swindon Allotments and Leisure Gardens Association , under the heading ‘Keeping chickens in the back garden’. The talk went extremely well and we were pleased with the turn-out; At about sixty persons the attendance was the best we have had this year so obviously it’s a subject that has some appeal at the moment.   After the excellent formal presentation, Val then fielded questions for more than half an hour.  Members that I spoke to said that they found it very interesting and gained a lot of knowledge from the talk and questions.
Donald Reeve Treasurer

Exhibiting at TWIGS (Therapeutic work in gardening in Swindon)

Val tries to support TWIGS every year by exhibiting Chicken School and giving free consultancy and advise. Some volunteers attended the Chicken Keeping Course to prepare themselves for their own flock

Pipers Corner School Buckinghamshire

Val prepared a presentation and talked to the children at Pipers Corner School about basic chicken keeping and how they should behave with them etc

Swindon Forest Festival

Val offered free consultancy and advisory advice to this exhibiation

New College

Val exhibited to promote her Chicken Keeping Course at New College

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About Val

Val always wanted to keep hens. Her first experience of hen keeping was moving to a house with a garden many years ago. She tried hard to gain experience by reading as many books as possible, but found that nothing beats hands on experience... which you cannot get until you attend a course or have your chickens.


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