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Gavin’s Travelogue No.3 – Italia

Ciao! We are on the road again after visiting Rome! In Rome, Marta Di Pierro (AIAB Lazio) welcomed us and arranged an insightful and highly enjoyable stay in Italy. We visited 2 farming projects that are excellent examples of access … Continue reading

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FLF Fête 2015 – our best ever

We’ve just held our annual Fête and Plant Sale – a great success. We sold pizzas, jam, sausages, veg-scrubbers, chutney and, of course, pots and pots of plants – flowers, herbs and vegetables – and beautiful hanging baskets – all … Continue reading

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The 2015 FLF Video

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Vote for FLF in the Aviva Community Fund competition

There are two things you have to vote for this week, our new prime minister but, more importantly, for a grant for Farnham Local Food from Aviva! Please could you also send the link round to as many other … Continue reading

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New year, new flf leaflet to share

Happy new year! 2014 was a pretty fantastic year for us at FLF, but I’ve got a sneaky suspicion that 2015 is going to be much more exciting! And to launch us into the new year we have a new … Continue reading

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Willow weaving and chai drinking

It has been several years since we planted our willow arbour and it is sprouting wonderfully.  This week we made some trimmings and weaved ourselves dreamcatchers.

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We did it!!

You’ve probably heard that our ‘Grow-a-Grower’ crowd-funding campaign was a huge success. What a fantastic feeling! We are over the moon. To all the backers, Thank you! You have pledged to our vision. You have invested in a great project … Continue reading

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Mushroom, Tomato and Bean Stew

Based on recipes by Nigel Slater & Susie Acheson which originally appeared in the Telegraph & Guardian, this version serves 4. I have made it using either butter beans or cannellini beans.  The crust is optional as it works just … Continue reading

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Polytunnel build, part 2 – Friday evening

We made a good start on the new polytunnel last Saturday and are nearly ready for the fun bit: actually putting the hoops up and making it look less like Steptoe’s Yard. Come and join us for the build, part … Continue reading

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Carrot & Chickpea Tagine

This is really easy to prepare and goes really well with flat breads & a little yoghurt or couscous. This recipe serves 3-4 as a main course. Ingredients: 1 onion, chopped 3-4 cloves garlic, finely chopped or crushed 1tsp salt 1tsp ground ginger … Continue reading

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