Event Details

Harvest Festival - Daytime

Time: October 2, 2010 from 12am to 4pm
Location: Salusbury Primary School
Street: Salusbury Road
City/Town: London
Phone: 07957 655750
Event Type: festival
Organized By: Transition Kensal to Kilburn
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2010

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We're getting organised and excited now planning our first Harvest Festival. The action all takes place at Salusbury Primary School - we will be hosting the event together with Friends of Salusbury. The daytime festival is free and open to all.
From 12 -4 there will be loads of events covering everything from cooking workshops (learn to make jam, bread and vegetable musical instruments), articistic workshops, cycle training, story telling and much more...
Please bring with you...:
Bikes - if you would like to learn safe cycling - great activity for kids
Vegetables you have grown - for our display and to add to the pot for supper
Clothes/ Seeds/ Jams or Pickles - to swap in the great swish...

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Comment by Michael Stuart on September 28, 2010 at 14:38
Hi Elizabeth, let me know where the allotment is and we'll add it to the list of available land for growing food as a sharing space. Michael.Stuart6@gmail.com
Comment by Elizabeth Sather on September 26, 2010 at 15:57
Will be attending...I will bring some rainbow chard and whatever hasn't been eaten by slugs in my allotment..which by the way, is too big for me to manage so I was hoping to find someone on here who would like to share it with me..send me a message if interested...
Comment by Rosemary Jane McCloskey on September 8, 2010 at 17:22
I have responded and hope to attend I may have to be away on this occasion but will let you know I have been looking forward to this occasion andif there are any posters please send me three if you have them to post in St Eugene Court. Sorry I could not attend any of the meetings in Hugo's yet. Still very interested. Rosemary
Comment by Simon Walton on August 8, 2010 at 20:29
Sadly, I can not attend as I shall be away, but those organising might just possibly be interested in attending the Kew Horticultural Society's 66th Summer Show on Kew Green 0n Saturday 28 August for ideas. It is desperately easy to get to on the Overground from Kensal Rise and is totally traditional. Examples of entry classes are "Beans French, 9, green with stalks", "One glass jar of home made chutney any kind", "A picture made from edible materials" etc. etc - total of 119 classes.

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