..to its own new, very exciting and interesting website: malvernhillsfoodalliance.org.uk and we look forward to seeing you all there!
Big thanks to Transition Malvern Hills (TMH) for hosting us for the first 18 months of our existence!
Any correspondence specifically for TMH Food Group should continue to be posted here.
An entertaining history of ‘Growing your own’ in song, verse and humorous sketches! On Friday 14th March at Malvern Cube.
The show is a light-hearted ‘potted’ history of ‘growing your own’ and is a fast moving, humorous and engaging production involving narration, songs, poetry, music and sketches. Digging for Victory, The Horticultural Show, slugs, pests, neighbourly rivalries and even a bit of romance are all there – for those who enjoy a ‘sing’, there is also plenty of opportunity to join in.
‘Merry Tiller’ features a cast of eleven talented local actors, singers and musicians and lasts approximately seventy minutes.
Friday March 14th, doors open 7pm, at Malvern Cube, Albert Road North, Malvern WR14 2YF. Tickets £5 (from The Cube 01684 575363 or on the door). Pdf Flyer for Merry Tiller (191KB)
Bar available with local beer and cider. A light supper will be available before the performance (not included in ticket price).
Come and browse exhibits by local food and growing groups.
Evening organised by Transition Malvern Hills and Malvern Hills Food Alliance.
Community vegetable growing at the Cube
At the Cube we have the first community vegetable growing project in Malvern with 10 raised beds. Community growing makes it lighter work, shares knowledge well and handles gluts as many people can benefit from the produce. TMH have several other food based initiatives and are also partners with the Malvern Hills Food Alliance. Food growing and preparation have enormous potential for not only lowering our Carbon Footprint but improving our health, fitness and wellbeing.
Starting 3rd August, Community Market at the Malvern Hills GeoCentre (Wyche Cutting) from 9am – 11am on the first Saturday of every month.
It will be free for both buyers and sellers with an aim of encouraging community use of produce and generally strengthening the community (and follows on the previous West Malvern version).
See GeoCentre website for more info.
UPDATE at October 2013: the Market has been discontinued – not enough space and not quite working as intended.
The next MHFA meeting will take place in the Mount Pleasant Hotel, Belle Vue Terrace, Malvern at 1930 on 28 March 2013.
All are welcome! We have ‘meetings and greetings’ in the bar from 1900-1930!
MHFA is very pleased to welcome to the Alliance – Warren Farm Veg, a CSA from the Brockampton Estate, Bringsty and the Wilderness Regeneration Group, a community group centred on the Widerness Garden, Elgar Avenue Malvern.
We look forward to cooperating with you!
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Friday 25th and Saturday 26th January.
Celebrate breakfast and wonderful locally produced food available in Ledbury.
See information on Ledbury Food Group website.