Join us on a really exciting afternoon out to visit the Incredible Edible town, Todmorden, West Yorkshire. Find out how this small town aims to provide local food for all by working as a community to transform public spaces into beautiful and productive gardens. From school to classroom to kitchen the town is working together to come up with positive, practical solutions to food sovereignty.
Join Conservation Officer Kerry Fieldhouse in this first of three walks exploring the diverse cultural and natural heritage of the Meanwood Valley. This walk takes us through Woodhouse Moor, the little known haven of Dagmar Woods and onto Woodhouse Ridge or ‘Batty Woods’ as it is known locally.
Meet by the Victoria Memorial near The Library pub on Woodhouse Lane
After failing to get together on sunday the weather looks amazing today heading to the lots at 5. We need to sort out the no dig sight and prepare the beds for pumpkins. There is Ruhbarb to be harvested and beans to be seeded and taken home to germinate.
The good life is all about...style! Holley jeans? Ok this might be cool, too cool for some, I want a patch over that drafty flap and I want some colour in my life. Molly and Cam are going to teach us not just how to use a sewing machine but how to look fly! There will be several sowing machines so please join us, no experience or skills to pay the bills, we want your company, your equipment and you to go away looking damnd fine!
Mollies adress, to be confirmend, keep an eye on the emails and on here!
An evening of networking and good fooding for Green Action in the heart of the local co-operative movement. Cornerstone housing co-op has very kindly invited us to an evening of sharinging and inspiring. Please bring a vegan dish!
For more info contact: leedscathfastmail [dot] co [dot] uk
taking advantage of the weather to have some sweet sweet allotment times! We'll arrive after the day's work is done at five, do enough digging/planting in the dying light to justify our presence, and then reward our labour. The plan is to cook up a stewy feast on the fire (everyone bring a bowl and something to throw in the pot), and then huddle round the blaze sipping ale and swapping Woodstock stories. What could be better?