Come and participate in the Transition Suffolk 30-Mile Food Challenge which starts on 1st September and is running in many parts of Suffolk this year. It is happening throughout September 2013. The programme for Ipswich and nearby offers many ways to get involved and find new sources of local food and drink to enjoy.
See Transition Ipswich 30 Mile Challenge website for all the details of what it is and how it works. Read on below for selected highlights.
Woodbridge, Halesworth and Bungay and other Suffolk towns are also participating – nine towns in total are involved. You can find out more about the Woodbridge events here: Transition Woodbridge
Bread and soup-making at Community Garden Sun 1st Sept 10am-4pm – An invitation from Susannah at the People’s Community Garden:
“This launches Transition Ipswich 30-mile food challenge, when people are encouraged to only drink food produced within 30 miles of where they live throughout September.
Please come along to our sour dough bread-making event at the community garden on Sunday 1 September. This will be a great chance to look around the project, as well as try your hand at baking in a clay oven and picking produce for a gardener’s soup.”
More details from the programme: Rise to the Challenge: Come and help make and bake bread in the clay oven and make soup from fresh picked produce at the People’s Community Garden, Maidenhall Allotments, Halifax Road, Ipswich, IP2 8RE, 10am-4pm. £2 for food, or just visit the Garden for free. Pick your own veg also available, tel 07530 407302.
This is just the first of a full programmme of events.
You can also learn more by clicking this link: Events – Ipswich and nearby