IEL members and committee have all been super busy over the growing season and it’s all action we’ll look forward to taking stock when we get a chance to breathe. Don’t forget to give your feedback on the Who Feeds Lambeth Project Dirt website.
Lambeth Country Show 15 &16 September IEL will have a tent of activities.
If you’re one of the community groups who make our local food system work – we would love to see you there. But all are welcome to join us for the discussion and information sharing.
The potting shed – Food growing/soil conditioning
The kitchen table – Eating/demonstration
Picture gallery – community gardens displayed on washing lines
IEL – maps, display, information
The market place – Local Folk selling local produce from their community gardens
Saturday 22nd Sept – Myatt’s Field Harvest Festival
Fabulously successful last year, the community cooking and eating to be repeated.
September 29th – IEL Action Day and matinee screening
“Best Before: a London Food revolution” which is a short documentary about the food system, oil, and alternative food sources in London. Here is a link to the trailer http://bestbeforedocumentary.com/2012/02/27/best-before-article-in-lifeartsmedia/
The committee will be working with Food Matters to refine our aims, actions and governance for the 2013 food season, after a successful bid from Awards for All. Can’t wait!!
Incredible Edible Lambeth AGM and Harvest Feast October 20th
Food, pumpkin show, meeting and sharing…watch this space
Just some of the projects IEL comittee involved with: The Onion Shed, City Farmers, Blooming Stockwell, The Edible Bus Stop, Green Community Champions, Cressingham Gardens, Lambeth Poly, Clapham Common Bandstand Beds, Cottington Community Gardens, Streatham Common Community Gardens and see the maps page.
Have a good summer and looking foward to seeing you as summer moves into autumn harvest.