Monthly Archive: April 2016

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Growing Well

 Last week I joined spud club members from the Claver Hill Community Food  project on a visit to Growing Well and Low Sizergh Barn. The trip was  organised by  Claver Hill for learning purposes;...

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From Soup Dragon to Radish…

In this week’s local food column I went and spoke to the Soup Dragon ladies, Alison and Liz, whilst they franticly cooked Frittata… The Soup Dragon, prior to January 2016, was a regular soup and...

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LESS’s CED plan explained

Just before Easter LESS, a Lancaster based Community Interest Company, finished writing a  Community Economic Development (CED) plan for Lancaster District. LESS’s CED Plan builds on more than a year’s worth of community engagement...

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Lancaster People’s Cafe update

Lancaster People’s Cafe has now served delicious and nutritious food in a variety of settings: from a  place of worship to pubs, community centers and a converted mill. The food has been cooked by...

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Making local trade fair

 2016’s Fairtrade fortnight came to an end on the 13th March 2016, but this is by no means a reason to  stop  trying the fortnight’s challenge- to eat a fairly traded breakfast every morning....