Are you interested in composting and growing your own? Saving money, being involved with community activities and eating really good food?
The Community Composting Network has received funding from Local Food for a two and a half year project called Community Composting for Local Food the aim of the project is to help local communities grow their own food crops and to make and use their own high quality compost. The project will increase skills in composting for growing local food by delivering specially developed accredited training courses at up to 15 training sites across England. To back up the training there will be further support in the form of networking workshops and equipment loans which will support the trainees to put their learning into action on their own local food growing projects, and get their own Community Composting scheme up and running.
If you are a local food grower and would like to be involved in the project why not come along to one of the free seminars below to find out more – complimentary locally sourced lunch included! They promise to be jam packed with information and inspirational ideas. The seminars will run from 12pm to 4pm.
- Tuesday 13th March, Brighton, Earthship Brighton
- Wednesday 14th March, London, Hackney City Farm
- Tuesday 20th March, Exeter, Embercombe
- Wednesday 21st March, Worcester, The Pumphouse
- Thursday 22nd March, Nottingham, Arkwright Meadows Community Garden
- Tuesday 27th March, Burnley, Offshoots
- Wednesday 28th March, Darlington, Teesdale Conservation Volunteers
- Thursday 29th March, Sheffield, Green Estates
- Wednesday 4th April, Bury St Edmunds, The Quaker Meeting House
If you would like to find out more information or book a place please email Hollie at email@example.com or visit the Community Composting Networks website for further details.