‘Where does our Food come from?’
– a free event on food and social justice
Sunday 31st July
Stepney City Farm, Stepney Way, E1 3DG
‘Where does our Food come from?’ a Spark event in collaboration with Community Food Growers Network will look at the intersecting issues around how we get to eat what we eat and where, why and when.
There will be a whole host of creative, informative, practical and exploratory workshops about community food and food politics over the weekend.
There is an exciting opportunity to contribute towards a people’s food policy, a delicious lunch to share and meet our very own BBC Cook of the Year!
We’ll also have forum theatre practitioners to help explore the food landscape and interfaith food thoughts, food waste workshops, singing on land rights plus:
- Community Food Growing showcase
- Food activism with DISCO SOUP
- Land and housing rights
- Saving our local marketplaces
- Community vs. industrial salad
- Spoken word
- Farm tours and practical activities
The full timetable will be published closer to the event.
Hosted by Stepney City farm the event is free for everyone and the weekend will be very family focused with activities for children and food for thought and body!
The Spark – a free festival looking at how we can bring about positive change here in the UK and around the world. This year The Spark is taking place in venues across London between 25th June and 7th August.