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Happy 2nd birthday Van Gogh Walk

We’re celebrating with Van Gogh Walk on their 2nd birthday today . See you there 1pm – 4pm  . Happy 162nd birthday Vincent Van Gogh too . Come and spread the word about your local food activism – growers, cooks

Posted in Blog, Breaking news, Cooking, Eating, Events, Growing, Hubs, Incredible Edible Lambeth, Myatt's Fields Park Greenhouse Project

Food trails

We like an adventure where you head off on a journey and then see what happens along the way. There is so much happening in our very own backyard we think there is appetite to explore those existing paths and

Posted in Blog, Cooking, Eating, Events, External Events, Growing, Hubs, Incredible Edible Lambeth

A celebration of food activism: our annual feast & AGM

Paul at L’Arche Garden Project was our host for the fourth IEL feast and AGM on Saturday 8 November.  Thanks to all for making this another fantastic celebration of food activism. It is such a thrill to feel the energy

Posted in Blog, Events, Incredible Edible Lambeth

Invite to our Feast and AGM Saturday 8 November

Posted in Blog, Breaking news, Events, Frontpage, Incredible Edible Lambeth

Edible Gardens Open Day Walks

To celebrate Urban Food Fortnight, Fox & Squirrel’s food guide Lindsay will be leading a Lambeth Edible Gardens Walks on Saturday 20th September. It is where innovative and creative volunteers are using abandoned and disused areas as opportunities to grow

Posted in Blog, Events, External Events, Frontpage, Growing

Incredible Edible Lambeth – Action Planning Meeting

Monday 14th November at the Bread and Roses pub,  8pm – 10pm. All welcome – covering proposed food strategy, what’s happening at the hubs … and more

Posted in Events

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