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CFGN is recruiting – Network Coordinator – 4 days a week

Community Food Growers Network (CFGN) is recruiting for a 4 day-a-week Network Coordinator.

There is potential for the role to be split between two candidates with complementary skill sets and experiences.

Deadline for applications is: Tuesday 1st November (midnight)

The role will be a dynamic position responding to the needs of network members and requests for support from London food projects, running innovative community events and strengthening CFGN’s relationships with partner organisations.

For more info on CFGN, the job description, person specification and how to apply for the role download the Network Coordinator pack:


Email info@cfgn.org.uk with any questions.


Community Food Growers Gathering – 16 October – Cranbrook Garden

Date: Sunday 16th of October 2016

Where: Cranbrook Community Garden

Address: The Avenue, Cranbrook Estate Roman Road – opposite Usk Street

Nearest postcode: E2 0QU

Nearest tube: Bethnal Green

Timings: 11am-5pm

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Meet community food growers from around London, join in with practical work at Cranbrook garden, share lunch and find ways to support eachothers work. Come for part of it, lunch or the whole day!

All ages welcome

11 – 1pm – Practical work in the garden
1-2pm – Lunch
2-2.30pm-  Tour + history of project
2.30- 5pm-   Members meeting

Some lunch will be provided, please bring food to share if possible.

>>> Please forward to interested groups + individuals


London Grown open to volunteers – 3rd & 15th October

Lots of work has been happening at Pasteur Gardens in Enfield to set up the new community market garden on the 7 acres which has been derelict for 20 years.

The land has been cleared, compost toilet built, the education space developed and water is now on site.

And now it’s time for a tractor to plough the field, mark out the beds and then cover the land for the winter!

The site in February 2016


April 2016


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