|28 January 2014|
|7:00 pm||to||9:00 pm|
“This inspiring documentary chronicles the emergence of an innovative local food movement from a handful of pioneers battling against the odds in the early 90s to the diverse UK-wide movement of today. From the first pioneering organic box schemes to feeding cities and local food culture, we explore the diversity, motivations, challenges and opportunities and what this might mean for our future.” More info can be found here…
We will also be screening ‘Willow Farm’. This short was filmed by a group of students as part of The Cambridge Film Consortium and follows a day in the life of the Transition Cropshare group on the farm. A great opportunity to see what this great group get up to!
Inspiring food films are bound to inspire an appetite… and what a great opportunity to sample our own Cambridge local food – so please bring along a plate of food to share after the film screening.
7pm until 9pm at the Friends Meeting House, Jesus Lane. Anne Dowkra Room.
Bookings are very welcome, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01223 301842.