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    Growing and cooking courses this Autumn!

    by  • August 1, 2022

    We are teaming up with Somerset Community Foundation once again to offer the community growing and cooking courses. They will be taking place at either Red Brick Community Garden, outside or in the new Geo-dome that has been completed this summer; or at People’s Kitchen, Bride’s Yard. On offer for the green fingered, or...

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    Community Connections- ‘Garden to Plate’- Eat for Health

    by  • September 18, 2021

    As part of our series of workshops in The Red Brick Community Garden, Elle Tipping will be introducing her Eat for Health programme. Elle teaches her programme over 6 weeks, covering different areas of nutrition plus how we have been programmed by the western food system to eat what we do. For us she...

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    Community Connection

    by  • August 21, 2021

    Free courses this Autumn We are excited to announce that we will be holding free courses this autumn in the community garden. Thanks to Somerset Community Foundation who teamed up with Somerset Community Food to offer the ‘Growing Grant’ After a long year and half of responding to Covid lock-down needs for the community,...

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    Glastonbury Seed Swap Update!

    by  • February 25, 2021

    We’ve had a great response to the Glastonbury Seed Swap. Loads of different seeds are ready for swapping. There are lots of different vegetables, herbs, flowers and a few fruits. We are still up for seed donations at the drop off points of The Community Fridge and The RBB Community Garden. However if you...

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    Glastonbury Seed Swap

    by  • February 10, 2021

    Glastonbury Seed Swap will be taking place this year over two weeks. As usual we ask you to look through your surplus, saved seeds ready for swapping for this years growing. Starting from the 15th February, we will have two drop off points. Please have a walk to either the Community Fridge located at...

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    Response to Covid-19 lock down

    by  • June 9, 2020

    For the past two months the People’s Kitchen have been cooking three times a week and providing those on no and low income with food. The numbers are around 200 meals a week. Initially we thought it would be around 150 yet due to the lengthening situation the numbers have risen. With the various...

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    Build Your Own Golden Mean Beehive this May

    by  • February 20, 2020

    Come May, as the weather gets warmer and the bees start on their dance we are offering an opportunity for you to build your own beehive. The dimensions of the one-room-hive are set according to the “golden mean”. It is a universal principle within all forming forces in nature and is found in art,...

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    Fermentation course this spring!

    by  • February 17, 2020

    At Sustainable Life Designs there is an opportunity to learn the art of fermentation. In a one day workshop you’ll learn how to make sauerkraut and kimchi. Explore the world of vegan cheese. Plus other ferments from round the globe. This is a great time to use up those winter greens and learn all...

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    28 Day Hormone Reset Course happening in February

    by  • January 20, 2020

    At the workshop- Sustainable Life Design we’re starting the year with health and well being. Starting at the beginning of February with a ’28 Day Hormone Reset Course’. Hosted by us and taught by trained and qualified nutritionist Cheryl Westbury. The aim of this programme is to provide the tools and understanding you need...

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    Glastonbury Seed Swap- Seedy Saturday

    by  • January 20, 2020

    Seedy Sunday is back yet on Saturday 1st February and this year it is at Glastonbury Town Hall! Bring yourself and your saved seeds to the daytime event. We’ll be having a film screening of ‘The Need To Grow’ a truly inspirational film. ‘The Need To Grow’ offers an intimate look into the hearts...

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    Fermentation Workshops- Skills To Be Remembered

    by  • April 2, 2019

    Coming up in April and May will be the chance to learn all things fermentation. In a new series of workshops ‘Skills To Be Remembered’, fermentation will be happening first. These will be taking place during the week in school time hours in response to those who have childcare responsibilities and could not make...

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