Category Archives: Social
We’ll be baking vegetarian pizzas again in our cob oven on 3rd of September. Bilqis & Astríd are your chefs and Nick is your stoker. Service from 1pm.
All members and supporters are welcome at our Annual General Meeting, starting at 2pm. Come and hear the latest on the veg we’re growing this year, improvements at our Dippenhall site, progress at our new West Farm site, membership, financial … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again! Put the 5th June in your diary, clear some space in your garden and come along to Runfold with your friends. Click the image to download a printable PDF Farnham Local Food presents the … Continue reading →
Come to our pre-Christmas Party and AGM. Review the year, plan for the future, let us know what you think and celebrate another year of FLF. Pizzas will be made & cooked on site from 1pm. Food Hub. Notice is … Continue reading →
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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 →
Farnham Local Food’s 2015 Summer Fete and Plant Sale is on Sunday 7th of June, with a wide selection of garden plants and vegetable seedlings for sale. Download a printable poster PDF 3.4MB It will be a wonderful event and … Continue reading →
Come to our General Meeting– all members welcome – at Runfold, starting at 2pm this Saturday, 21 March. We’ll be hearing from the Board about recent developments and challenges, including: Lease renewal to the end of 2016 for our Runfold … Continue reading →
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.
October is the month when Summer produce starts to give way to more Autumnal fare. The bean and pea plants have given of their best, and are close to being consigned to the compost heap. Probably the definitive October crop … Continue reading →