• Successful Soil Summer School

    by  • July 31, 2014

    Learners from across the UK came together this July to participate in Feed Avalon’s Soil Summer School. This fantastic weekend introduced many different aspects of soil care.   We introduced the soil food web, explored different types of soil and simple DIY tests to explore soil structure, pH and organic matter content. We looked...

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    Soil Summer School – Book your place now

    by  • June 11, 2014

      More information will be uploaded shortly, including Tutor Profiles. Please note we are unable to provide accomodation. Food will be bring to share. Other refreshments will be provided. It is essential to confirm your place that you email nicole@feedavalon.org.uk ASAP for this amazing opportunity.

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    Growing Resilience Workshops in Street & Glastonbury

    by  • January 3, 2014

    Grassroots workshops These one day workshops can be taken as part of a wider accredited course or as stand alone days. It is also possible to just participate in certain sessions. Together we will share our experiences, learn new skills & create new knowledge in re-building our food system in Somerset & beyond. Workshop...

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    Feed Avalon join others at Community Growing Gathering

    by  • October 25, 2013

    Organisers from Feed Avalon joined 30 other community growers in Taunton on Saturday 19th October as part of the Community Growing Gathering. We got to connect with some amazing people from around the South West that are working on exciting projects and getting their hands dirty in their own and local community gardens. Read...

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    Perpetual Edible Gardening Workshop

    by  • September 20, 2013

    As part of the Incredible Edible Somerset Open Gardens Weekend 2013, Louise Brookes led a workshop on perpetual edible gardening. Taking place at Bridie’s Forever Food Forest, a community garden created on neglected wasteland in Glastobbury, Louise introduced the perpetual vegetable garden model and everyone had a go at some planting. Take a look...

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    Glastonbury Open Gardens Walk

    by  • September 20, 2013

    Feed Avalon organised a walking tour of community gardens as part of Glastonbury Harvest Show & the Incredible Edible Somerset Open Gardens weekend this September. Louise Brookes from Feed Avalon said, “What a fabulous group showed up for the Glastonbury Open Gardens walk in which we discussed food resilience, growing Incredible Edible Glastonbury and...

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    More than 80 people at Local Food Feast in Glastonbury Town Hall

    by  • September 19, 2013

    Over 80 people attended Good Food For Everyone Forever – an evening of Speakers and Local Food Feast that took place on Friday 13th September 2013. People from across Somerset and the South West brought food to share, including soups and stuffed marrows, local chutnies, home grown salad and more. Everyone ate together while...

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