• Sat 17th Sept

    Taste of Timsbury Food and Drink Festival

    Time: 10am - 3pm
    Conygre Hall,
    Timsbury,
    BA2 0JQ

  • Sat 17th Sept

    The Great Artisan Feast

    Time: 10am - 8pm
    Bath’s Queen Square

  • Sat 17th Sept

    Castle Farm’s AUTUMN INSPIRED SUPPER CLUB

    Arrival from 6pm
    Castle Farm Cafe,
    Midford Road,
    Midford,
    BA2 7BU

  • Sat 17th Sept

    Bath Farmers Market

    Time: Every Saturday 9am - 1:30pm
    Green Park Station

  • Wed 17th Sept – 2nd Oct

    Castle Farm Organics Ltd.

    Time: 9am – 5pm
    Castle Farm,
    Midford Road,
    Midford
    BA2 7BU

  • Sun 18th Sept

    Alice Park Café Cake & Bake Sale

    8:30am - 6pm
    Alice Park,
    1 Gloucester Road,
    Bath,
    BA1 7BL

  • Mon 19th Sept

    Green Links Community Gardening Group

    12:30pm – 3:30pm
    Monksdale Road,
    Bath

  • Tue 20th Sept

    Vegan Cookery Course

    Time: 10am – 1pm
    The Bubble,
    St. John's Hospital,
    Chapel Court,
    Bath
    BA1 1SQ

  • Wed 21st Sept

    Green Links Community Gardening Group

    10:30pm – 2pm
    The Potting Shed,
    Leigh House,
    Radstock

  • Wed 21st Sept

    Green Links Community Gardening Group

    12:30pm – 3:30pm
    Monksdale Road,
    Bath

  • Wed 21st & 28th Sept

    Bath Food Cycle

    Time: Meals served at 7pm (all welcome)
    Volunteering: 4:30pm - 9:00pm (cooking)
    Volunteering: 6:00pm - 9:00pm (front of house)

  • Fri 23rd Sept

    Newton Farm Foods Living ‘Orf the Land!

    Time: 12pm – 4:30pm
    Newton St Loe,
    Bath,
    BA2 9BT

  • Sat 24th Sept

    Handful of Herbs Course

    Time: 9:30am – 1:30pm
    Bath City Farm,
    Kelston View,
    Bath,
    BA2 1NW

  • Sat 24th Sept

    Newton Farm Foods Living ‘Orf the Land!

    Time: 12pm – 4:30pm
    Newton St Loe,
    Bath
    BA2 9BT

  • Sat 24th Sept

    Community Farmer Day – Happy harvesting

    Time: 10am – 4pm
    The Community Farm,
    Denny lane,
    Chew Magna,
    BS40 8SZ

  • Sat 24th Sept

    Bath Farmers Market

    Time: 9am – 1:30pm
    Green Park Station

  • Sun 25th Sept

    Alice Park Café Taste of B&NES

    Time: 8:30am – 6pm
    Alice Park,
    1 Gloucester Road,
    Bath,
    BA1 7BL

  • Mon 26th Sept

    Green Links Community Gardening Group - Bath

    Time: 12:30pm – 3:30pm
    Monksdale Road,
    Bath

  • Tues 27th Sept

    Vegan Cookery Course

    Time: 10am – 1pm
    The Bubble,
    St. John's Hospital,
    Chapel Court,
    Bath,
    BA1 1SQ

  • Weds 28th Sept

    Council School Catering Service – Participating Schools

    Time: 10am – 4pm
    The Community Farm,
    Denny lane,
    Chew Magna,
    BS40 8SZ

  • Weds 28th Sept

    Green Links Community Gardening Group - Bath

    Time: 12:30pm – 3:30pm
    Monksdale Road,
    Bath

  • Weds 28th Sept

    Green Links Community Gardening Group - Radstock

    Time: 10:30pm – 2pm
    The Potting Shed,
    Leigh House,
    Radstock

  • Thurs 29th Sept

    Castle Farm; FOOD IS MEDICINE

    Time: 7:00pm
    Castle Farm Café,
    Midford Road,
    Midford,
    BA2 7BU

  • Fri 30th Sept

    Castle Farm’s Wine Tasting with Ben Franks

    Time: 7:30pm
    Castle Farm Café,
    Midford Road,
    Midford,
    BA2 7BU

  • Sat 1st Oct

    The Community Farm Harvest Celebration

    Time: 11:00am - 3:00pm
    The Community Farm,
    Denny Lane,
    Chew Magna

  • Sat 1st Oct

    Handful of Herbs Course – Bath City Farm

    Time: 9:30am – 1:30pm
    Bath City Farm,
    Kelston View,
    Bath,
    BA2 1NW

  • Sat 1st Oct

    Midsomer Norton Farmer's market

    Time: 9am – 1pm
    Hollies Gardens in the High Street,
    BA3 2DP

  • Sat 1st Oct

    Bath Farmers Market

    Time: Every Saturday 9am-1.30pm
    Green Park Station

  • Sat 1st Oct

    Community Plot in the Park Dig In Day

    Memorial Park,
    Keynsham

  • Sat 1st Oct

    Dry Arch Growers

    Time: Open all day
    Bathampton Lane,
    Bathampton,
    BA2 6UW

  • Sun 2nd Oct

    Volunteer day in the polytunnels

    Mill Lane,
    Radford,
    BA2 0QF

This free local festival is our chance to celebrate the wonderful food and drink that is produced in Timsbury and the surrounding villages.

Producers from our local area will be showcasing the amazing range of food and drink that is produced within a few miles of Timsbury.

As well as plenty of tasty treats to sample and buy, there will food themed activities and demonstrations to inspire all ages to learn more about the food they grow, cook...and eat.

www.tasteoftimsbury.co.uk

A free entry event, designed to fill that much needed void in Bath’s event and food scene.

Run by the team behind the Bath Street Food markets at Southgate and in collaboration with the hyper local artisan champion: Taste of Bath. Set in the wonderful and unique setting of the world famous Grade 1 Listed Georgian Queen Square, this festival is easily accessible for residents and tourists alike.

Big plans are afoot to create the event Bath has been missing! With cookery demos and food talks, an impressive array of street food and a marquee of hyper local produce bought to you by Taste of Bath, nobody should go hungry.

Careful not to alienate the thriving local artisanal brewing and botanists; the event will have a vast array of local beers, ciders, wines, gins, liqueurs and whiskeys. Highlights will include a Gin Palace with a wide array of specialist gins and the local drinks tavern. All to the back drop of some by fantastic local bands and musicians.

www.bathstreetfood.com

At Bath Farmers’ Market you will find quality, fresh and seasonal produce at a fair price. The goods are sold directly by the people who produce them and everything usually comes from within a 40 mile radius of Bath.

Bath Farmers’ Market has pride in being the first Farmers’ Market in the UK with a range of stalls selling everything from meat, fish, poultry and game, to organic vegetables and herbs, award winning cheeses, savoury pies, homemade cakes and flowers, the list goes on.

Recently we have added artisan goods including roasted coffees, vegan and gluten free food, handmade chocolates and locally brewed beers. • Web: http://www.bathfarmersmarket.co.uk/ • Twitter: @bathmarket

www.bathfarmersmarket.co.uk

Twitter: @bathmarket

Alice Park café are celebrating British Food Fortnight with a new all locally sourced menu for its duration and starting the fortnight off with a bake sale 18th September.

Come on over and try out some delicious British Bakes and enjoy the family friendly park space. Also on the 25th of September Alice Park Café will be hosting a Taste of B&NES event, enjoy local cooking and local produce throughout the day.

Facebook: Alice Park Café

GreenLinks is a community allotment group at Monksdale Road, Bath where everyone is welcome…

Come along to our garden for the pleasure of growing and picking produce, friendship, learning and some time away from the daily stresses of life For more information please call 01225 831852 or email healthylifestyleservice@sirona-cic.org.uk

www.bathmind.org.uk/greenlinks.asp

Would you like to learn how to cook some easy but tasty vegan food? Do you have some favourite vegan recipes that you could share with others? If so, this 4 week course could be for you.

Taking place every Tuesday (13th September – 4th October), covering the British Fortnight period. Participants are welcome to join at any point. Learn to cook delicious vegan dishes and discover new ways to share your love of British food and drink in imaginative ways.

Suitable both for complete beginners and for people who would like to improve their cookery skills. All ingredients and materials will be provided but feel free to bring your own apron! To book telephone 01225 831820 or email enquiries@wellbeingcollegebanes.co.uk

GreenLinks is a community allotment group at Monksdale Road, Bath where everyone is welcome…

Come along to our garden for the pleasure of growing and picking produce, friendship, learning and some time away from the daily stresses of life For more information please call 01225 831852 or email healthylifestyleservice@sirona-cic.org.uk

GreenLinks is a community allotment group at Monksdale Road, Bath where everyone is welcome…

Come along to our garden for the pleasure of growing and picking produce, friendship, learning and some time away from the daily stresses of life For more information please call 01225 831852 or email healthylifestyleservice@sirona-cic.org.uk

Volunteer at Bath Food Cycle's weekly grub club! Food Cycle is a charity that combines volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to create tasty, nutritious meals for people at risk of food poverty and social isolation.

We’re always looking for new volunteers and we welcome everyone to our grub club – no matter what your level of kitchen expertise! Volunteers will need to register on our online rota system http://my.foodcycle.org.uk/user/register Once you’ve done this, you’ll just need to take our short food safety quiz and then you’ll be able to sign up and get stuck in!

We are in need of a driver to help us collect our surplus food, if you have a car and would like to help out for an hour or two a week please get in touch! We are also looking for session leaders to help run things on a Wednesday evening, if you’re interested in either opportunity please email us on bath@foodcycle.org.uk.

Meals are served at 7:30pm – all are welcome to attend. http://foodcycle.org.uk/location/bath/

In support of the British Food Fortnight, on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th September, we will be celebrating with a bounty of wonderful food from the land.

Head Chef, Giles Sampson will be creating cracking new innovative dishes and recipes using meat and vegetables from our farm and garden, complemented by products supplied by first-class producers in the surrounding area.

The cream of the crop will be two Celebratory Limited Edition dishes created from our own award-winning hand-reared beef, and pork with seasonal produce that matches our credentials. These dishes will be available in the café from 12 noon to last orders at 4.30pm on both days. This two-day food and drink celebration is an invitation to customers to share our ethos ‘respecting local food and farming’.

www.newtonfarmfoods.co.uk

This course runs over two half days and will look at lots of different ways of using herbs. Whether you want to use them for cookery, decoration, or to improve your wellbeing this course is for you! Contact: info@bathcityfarm.org.uk

bathcityfarm.org.uk

In support of the British Food Fortnight, on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th September, we will be celebrating with a bounty of wonderful food from the land.

Head Chef, Giles Sampson will be creating cracking new innovative dishes and recipes using meat and vegetables from our farm and garden, complemented by products supplied by first-class producers in the surrounding area.

The cream of the crop will be two Celebratory Limited Edition dishes created from our own award-winning hand-reared beef, and pork with seasonal produce that matches our credentials. These dishes will be available in the café from 12 noon to last orders at 4.30pm on both days. This two-day food and drink celebration is an invitation to customers to share our ethos ‘respecting local food and farming’.

www.newtonfarmfoods.co.uk

As the summer mellows we’ll be in full on harvest mode, join us to help with picking and harvesting the fruits of our summer efforts.

It will great to have you along; children are welcome too. We’ll get the soup and bread in for a yummy lunch and ask you folks bring some goodies along to share too. To join in the harvest and lunch you must register online here: https://www.thecommunityfarm.co.uk/course/community-farmer-day-5/ Contact: volunteer@thecommunityfarm.co.uk

At Bath Farmers’ Market you will find quality, fresh and seasonal produce at a fair price. The goods are sold directly by the people who produce them and everything usually comes from within a 40 mile radius of Bath.

Bath Farmers’ Market has pride in being the first Farmers’ Market in the UK with a range of stalls selling everything from meat, fish, poultry and game, to organic vegetables and herbs, award winning cheeses, savoury pies, homemade cakes and flowers, the list goes on. Recently we have added artisan goods including roasted coffees, vegan and gluten free food, handmade chocolates and locally brewed beers. • Web: http://www.bathfarmersmarket.co.uk/ Twitter: @bathmarket

www.bathfarmersmarket.co.uk

The café is continuing it’s fortnight long exclusive British menu and encouraging other to come down to share home made food and recipes with the community.

GreenLinks is a community allotment group at Monksdale Road, Bath where everyone is welcome…

Come along to our garden for the pleasure of growing and picking produce, friendship, learning and some time away from the daily stresses of life For more information please call 01225 831852 or email healthylifestyleservice@sirona-cic.org.uk

Would you like to learn how to cook some easy but tasty vegan food? Do you have some favourite vegan recipes that you could share with others? If so, this 4 week course could be for you.

Taking place every Tuesday (13th September – 4th October), covering the British Fortnight period. Participants are welcome to join at any point.

Learn to cook delicious vegan dishes and discover new ways to share your love of British food and drink in imaginative ways. Suitable both for complete beginners and for people who would like to improve their cookery skills. All ingredients and materials will be provided but feel free to bring your own apron! To book telephone 01225 831820 or email enquiries@wellbeingcollegebanes.co.uk

The Council’s School Catering Service is also hosting a special “British Breakfast lunch” for all participating schools on Wednesday 28th September to celebrate British Food Fortnight and to mark the launch of our new school food contract which provides greater opportunities for local producers to supply primary school meals and increases options for seasonal produce on the menu.

The Council is working with Bristol-based, independent, online food store Fresh-Range to pilot the new contract, with Fresh-Range being responsible for all orders and deliveries.

The School Catering Service has also recently been awarded the Soil Association’s Prestigious Silver Food For Life Catering Mark for serving healthy meals prepared from organic, local and sustainably sourced ingredients!

GreenLinks is a community allotment group at Monksdale Road, Bath where everyone is welcome…

Come along to our garden for the pleasure of growing and picking produce, friendship, learning and some time away from the daily stresses of life For more information please call 01225 831852 or email healthylifestyleservice@sirona-cic.org.uk

GreenLinks is a community allotment group at Leigh House, Wells Hill, Radstock where everyone is welcome…

Come along to our garden for the pleasure of growing and picking produce, friendship, learning and some time away from the daily stresses of life For more information please call 01225 831852 or email healthylifestyleservice@sirona-cic.org.uk

This course runs over two half days and will look at lots of different ways of using herbs. Whether you want to use them for cookery, decoration, or to improve your wellbeing this course is for you! Contact: info@bathcityfarm.org.uk

The market has a very good selection of local producers including two cheese makers, organic vegetables, meat, game, fresh fish, baked goods and preserves.

With support from Midsomer Norton Town Council, the atmosphere is enhanced by local musicians and celebratory events.

A small and very friendly market. A great place to taste and buy some local produce for your British Food Fortnight celebrations.

The market was joined in mid-2015 by a craft market made up of local crafts people which runs every month, for more information about the craft market, contact the Midsomer Norton Community Trust on 01761 419133.

The Midsomer Norton Community Cafe provides fair trade hot drinks to perk you up in the mornings. For more information and a full list of stands visit: http://www.somersetfarmersmarkets.co.uk/markets/midsomer-norton/

At Bath Farmers’ Market you will find quality, fresh and seasonal produce at a fair price.

The goods are sold directly by the people who produce them and everything usually comes from within a 40 mile radius of Bath.

Bath Farmers’ Market has pride in being the first Farmers’ Market in the UK with a range of stalls selling everything from meat, fish, poultry and game, to organic vegetables and herbs, award winning cheeses, savoury pies, homemade cakes and flowers, the list goes on.

Recently we have added artisan goods including roasted coffees, vegan and gluten free food, handmade chocolates and locally brewed beers. • Web: http://www.bathfarmersmarket.co.uk/ Twitter: @bathmarket

Just to the side of the cafe in Keynsham Memorial Park you can find the Keynsham Community vegetable plot.

On the first Saturday of the month TK hold a dig in day from 10.30am when everyone is welcome to come along, find out more and get involved. Facebook: Facebook: www.facebook.com/KeynshamPlotInThePark

Twitter: @KeynshamPlotinthePark

Richard Fox - richardrmf@hotmail.com Radford Mill - Hosting volunteers for a day in the polytunnels, including lunch with homegrown food.

Bathampton Community Co-operative (aka Dry Arch Growers) intend holding an open day on national CSA Open Day.

We are inviting members of the public to visit our site where we grow fruit and vegetables on organic principles for a weekly box scheme for members and have reared pigs, chickens and turkeys.

Members will be on hand to provide a guided tour of the site and tell our story since the scheme's foundation in 2010. bathamptoncsa.wordpress.com

Mixed organic fruit and veg box only £10 during British Food Fortnight (first box only/usual price £13)

www.castlefarmorganics.co.uk

edwardsmarkv@gmail.com

www.thecommunityfarm.co.uk

Let’s celebrate! We’re planning a get-together on Saturday 1 October, from 11am to 3pm.

Enjoy fantastic company and beautiful views, surrounded by the fruits (or vegetables) of our labour. It’s a chance to get to know the farm, and its community, a little better and to share your ideas for the future.

We’ll be stoking up the barbecue and cob oven, and making pizza and salad using fresh crops from the field. Feel free to bring along some food for the barbecue and/or to share with others. Let’s make it a feast to remember! Join us in making a rather unusual scarecrow (which will form part of Harvey’s Scarecrow Trail). There’ll be a tour of the farm at 2pm.

Whether you’re a farm member or a volunteer, or you support the farm in another way, your contribution goes a long way to making the farm the special place it is. Together we have achieved so much. We do hope you can join us.

If you need transport, we will be running a mini bus to the farm from central Bristol – please book early to avoid disappointment.

Let us know you’re planning to come along

For British Food Fortnight, we are going to be holding a supper club at the farm this September. Using seasonal produce from the Castle Farm garden, our Michelin trained chef Steve is going to conjure up some fresh, exciting and delicious dishes for you to try. With 5 courses, and an optional Wine matching it will be a lovely way for you to see the farm, gaze out at the view and enjoy some tasty grub.

Cost: £35pp
£50pp (including wine match)
(Beer, cider and wine will also be available to buy throughout the evening)

http://www.castlefarmorganics.co.uk/ Nourish your body and strengthen your immune system this Autumn with fresh, organic produce from the garden. Come and join us for an evening of recipes, tasty organic food and tips from top Nutritionist Sue Judge and Food Blogger and cook Sarah McCurdie. Sue will be taking you through the many vegetables, herbs, fruits and ingredients to nourish and strengthen your immune system as the seasons start to change, providing you with the medicinal properties of everyday vegetables and herbs that you can grow in your very own garden.

This will be followed by a tasty, organic meal made fresh from the Castle Farm garden by our fabulous chef, Steve Yates. Your meal will encompass many of the foods that Sue will have talked to you about at the beginning of the evening.

Your night will finish off with some herbal tea and a cooking demonstration from Sarah on how to make healthy, nutrient filled, sweet treats to keep you satisfied and nourished through the coming Autumn months.

What’s included: Recipes, nutritional profiles of vegetables, herbs, fruits and spices, delicious organic dinner made from the garden at Castle Farm, cooking demonstration, and chocolatey treats & herbal tea to finish the evening.

Cost: £30pp

Local Wine specialist, Ben Franks will be coming to our cosy barn to host an Autumn Wine Tasting, using wonderful wines from around the world. Ben's wine tastings are really unique, he specialises in exciting, interesting wines which will be coming from his new, and Bath based Wine Company - 'Noble Wines.' The evening will include 6 fabulous wines and will be served alongside 6 small dishes prepared by our fabulous chef Steve.

Cost £35pp

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