Looking for a Plot

Started by Ray and Darren Marshall-Sewell. Last reply by Nancy Sampson Apr 14. 1 Reply

Good Evening All.We have been refused a local allotment is Wells (Wookey Hole).We are keen to find a plot somewhere that we can use to grow food etc. Happy for it to be a share etc.Can anyone help…Continue

Connect with your community

Started by Alive Feb 7, 2018. 0 Replies

Older people living in care are twice as likely to experience loneliness as those in the community.We are looking for friendly volunteers with an interest in helping others to gardening, to support…Continue

Tags: #givingback, #gardening, #volunteer

Can You Help Combat Loneliness?

Started by Alive Nov 29, 2017. 0 Replies

Growing Support are looking for friendly volunteers with interests in gardening and supporting people, to help older people and people with dementia take part in gardening activities.  You will…Continue

Join our volunteers!

Started by Alive Aug 17, 2017. 0 Replies

We're looking for friendly volunteers to join our team working hard to enable people with dementia to stay physically and socially active.Join us and make a valuable contribution to your community,…Continue

More than 80 people at Good Food For Everyone Forever

Over 80 people attended Good Food For Everyone Forever - an evening of Speakers and Local Food Feast that took place on Friday 13th September 2013.

People from across Somerset and the South West brought food to share, including soups and stuffed marrows, local chutnies, home grown salad and more. Everyone ate together while listening to speakers.

Nicole Vosper started the evening by talking about Incredible Edible Somerset and what people are doing all over the county to change the food system in Somerset. See her presentation here.

Louise Brookes from Feed Avalon, then talked about what resilience looks like and how she has created a social enterprise locally to make this vision of a sustainable food system a reality.

Hannah Thorogood, farmer, permaculture designer and teacher from Lincolnshire then talked about Regenerative Agriculture and some of the amazing practices from around the planet that are regenerating soils, farms and communities.

Finally, Colin Tudge, keynote speaker commanded attention as he ripped apart our current industrial agricultural model that is failing and talked about the agrarian renaissance necessary to start feeding people without harming the planet. He also mentioned his projects the Campaign for Real Farming, the College of Enlightened Agriculture and the Oxford Real Farming Conference, which is coming up again next year.

Overall it was an inspiring and moving evening - both bring together people that care, as well as hearing passionate speakers talking about the change they wish to see in how we feed our communities.

All photos were kindly taken by Ingrid Crawford.


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