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June 2017

Fulbourn Community Market

June 10 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Townley Hall, Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre
Home End, CB21 5BS United Kingdom
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Packed full of local food, produce and handmade goodies as usual. Breads from Abundance Bakehouse, plus local cakes, tarts, pies and savouries, some gluten free. Organic fruit and veg, local produce, Fulbourn's Moonshine Brewery ale, the Cambridge Cheese Co, and locally grown plants. Original prints, fine art, crafts and cards, plus affordable jewellery; crafted home, table, and fabric items; and home decorations, lamps and toys. Also natural health products and supplements; and handmade lotions, soaps and cosmetics. Not forgetting the…

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Open Farm Sunday

June 11

LEAF Open Farm Sunday, managed by LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), is a fantastic opportunity for everyone, young and old, to discover at first hand what it means to be a farmer and learn about the fabulous work they do producing our food, enhancing the countryside and all the goods and services farmers provide.     Open Farm Sunday is one of the farming industry’s biggest success stories. Since the first Open Farm Sunday in 2006, over 1500 farmers across the UK have opened their gates and welcomed 1.8 million people onto their…

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June Plant Swap at Trumpington allotments

June 11 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Foster Road allotments trading hut, Cambridge, CB2 9JR United Kingdom + Google Map

Swap spare seedlings, plants and surplus seeds. Expand the range of plants you grow and meet other local gardeners. You can attend even if you don't have anything to swap, just make a donation. No admission charge and everyone is welcome! Arrive early for the best choice of plants. For directions, click here.

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WWII Rationing Challenge Launch

June 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
St Luke’s Church, St Luke's Church, Victoria Road
Cambridge, CB4 3DZ United Kingdom
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  We are launching our World War II Rationing Challenge on 12 June and everyone is invited! It has transpired that despite the limitations of the WWII diet, people actually consumed a healthier and more sustainable diet than we do today. This is because people consumed less meat and dairy products and fewer processed and out of season foods. Join us on 12 June as we explore what is was like to live through rationing and to see what lessons…

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Kick-start your social venture at Social Venture Weekend

June 16 @ 12:30 pm - June 18 @ 3:00 pm
Cambridge Judge Business School,

The Social Venture Weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School is for anyone with an ambition to set up or grow a business that makes a positive social or environmental impact. The workshop is an inspiring introduction to the social venture sector and a valuable opportunity to focus intensely on your own business. In an inclusive, supportive and friendly atmosphere, you’ll have the opportunity to share and test your ideas with others and learn from the experience of successful social entrepreneurs.…

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WWII Rationing Challenge

June 20 - July 18

  This summer, join us as we travel back in time to see whether we can eat as economically and sustainably as those living through WWII rationing. We may even feel healthier as a result! The WWII Rationing Challenge is a great opportunity to: Be reminded, in a small way, of the hardship that people endured in their daily lives during the war Shift your diet towards more sustainable practices Reap the economic benefits of a lower cost diet You…

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How Can Your Diet Change the World?

June 22 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The Women's Environmental Network holds quarterly forums to raise awareness about topical environmental issues. On the 22nd June their forum turns to 'Sustainable Sustenance'; answering questions such as: How does our diet impact climate change? Why does it matter where our food comes from? Is the future vegan? What is the best diet for health and climate? The forum will include a panel discussion, exhibition area, stalls, food sampling, and a question and answer session! Deidre Woods, the BBC Cook of…

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£40 - £45

Course: Introduction to Permaculture

June 24 @ 9:30 am - June 25 @ 5:00 pm
Trumpington Community Gardens,

Ever wanted to know more about permaculture? Then this course is for you! Hannah Thoroughgood, an experienced permaculture designer and teacher based at The Inkpot in Lincolnshire, will be leading this two day course. This course is the foundation that most take before moving on to the full Permaculture Design Course and possibly the diploma after this. The community garden is near the Foster Road Allotment site and Trumpington Community Orchard project, with both of these sites are likely to…

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Cambridge Cookery School class in Seasonal Italian

June 24 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cambridge Cookery School, Homerton Gardens, Purbeck Road, off Hills Road
Cambrridge, CB2 8EB United Kingdom
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One of their most popular courses, their Italian theme transform seasonal British produce into healthy and delicious meals based on northern Italian classics.           This delightful summer class perfectly illustrates the elegant simplicity of some of the best northern Italian cooking starting off with Summer Focaccine, zucchini and mint soup which can be enjoyed hot or cold,  Zucchini and cherry tomato Trifolati, Summer Carbonara including hand made pasta,  whole roasted aromatic Trout, and a classic Panna Cotta served with rose scented summer berries. As always, they will welcome you…

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July 2017

Cambridge Cookery School Class in Healthy Eating

July 1 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cambridge Cookery School, Homerton Gardens, Purbeck Road, off Hills Road
Cambrridge, CB2 8EB United Kingdom
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Cambridge Cookery School have created this class to share their passion for largely plant based food, seasonal and regional vegetables.           The class is fully vegetarian and will cover recipes involving most of the new grains and cereals including quinoa, bulgur and lentils. They will start the morning  with a welcome bowl of our Swedish Rye porridge – one of the most popular dishes in their café menu. The class also includes welcome coffee and tea, full recipes pack, expert tuition…

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