Cyrus & Pervin Todiwala are delighted to host an evening of fine food and wine at Cafe Spice Namaste, the landmark Indian restaurant in the City, winner of the 2011 Sustainable Food Award.
The evening aims to raise funds for Capital Growth, a campaign to support 2,012 new community food-growing spaces in London by the end of 2012.
Last week Tower Hamlets Food Growing Network was joined by Fatou Mbaye from ActionAid Senegal whose talk at our Spring Gathering highlighted the impact of biofuel production on subsistence farmers and food growing families in Senegal. ActionAid campaigner, Kate Shayler, has written a blog post about the talk asking ‘What do community food growers in [...]
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Women in Tower Hamlets are invited to join WEN’s exciting ‘Spice It Up‘ programme taking place from Tuesday 7th June 2011, 9.30-3pm, at Chisenhale Art Place, near Victoria Park, east London. Further courses will be taking place from September. Read more
Thursday 12th May, Kedleston Walk Community Centre, Hollybush Gardens, Bethnal Green, E2 9QT.
A networking and learning day for Capital Growth spaces, and other community food-growers in the borough. Sessions include a physical mapping of food growing projects, and a tour of Rocky Park community garden, voted Tower Hamlet’s Best Food Growing Site by Tower Hamlets in [...]
23rd April 2011, 10am-6pm
A one-day alternative parliament of women from all walks or life
Speakers include: Polly Higgins, Tamsin Omond, Jay Griffiths, Clare Dakin, and many more
In a mammoth feat of fundraising, volunteers raised an enormous £6,000 in November, walking barefoot across 20ft of burning wood embers in support of community food growing projects in East London.
The WEN firewalk was held in the grounds of St Matthias Community Centre on Tuesday 19th November.
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