Textiles with Julie Henderson

julie talking to people in the textiles tent

Julie, from Lily Limpet Treasures and Sally, will be providing support, advice and sewing skills to upcycle textiles and fabric throughout Radical Bakers, concentrating on what you need for your low impact living. Come along to their Friday evening chat session to discuss ideas…

Preserving Food

There will be a cool but comfy corner devoted to preserving and fermenting. Please bring examples of what you have been preserving. Share and learn what can be done, with a bit of effort and some creativity, on an almost non existent budget. Tammi…

Film showing: In Our Hands

Food and farming is in crisis. In just over a decade we’ve lost more than 33,000 farms from our countryside, and alongside this, bad diet is now causing more health problems than smoking! The fundamental link between people, food and the very land we…

Nutrition with Isy Morgenmuffel

Isy cooking nutrition

One of the keynote talks will be on Nutrition. Isy is giving a talk on plant based nutrition – demystifying nutritional science (e.g. fats, digestion, blood sugar), and ideas for developing a healthy relationship with food. With a chance to ask questions and discuss…

Wild Food with Chris Hope

Chris Phyto wild food hands picking Hawthorn berries

Chris Hope, aka ‘ipso phyto’ is your wild food guide for the event. A wild plant experimenter and educator for a number of years, Chris hosts walks and courses all year round, and publishes foraging resources such as playing cards, calendars, and colour coded…

Home Brewing with Scott Rewild

wild cafty brewing scott and son

Brewing is one of the oldest crafts known to humans. The age-honoured hobby of making wines and beers from fruits, vegetables, flowers, grains, honey or herbs. Home Brewing has never been easier. Learn to make drinks with pure and high quality ingredients. You can…

Soil Building and Biochar with Ed Revill

ed revill giving his talk on biochar and soil carbon to an audience of 30 people in a field

Currently we are increasing food production whilst expecting ever cheaper food whilst causing alarming rates of soil erosion and climate change. Ed Revill’s workshop on Biochar and soil building aims to understand and explore a path back to living within the Earth’s capacity to…

Kitchen Medicines with Zoe Naylor

zoe nettles giving her kitchen medicines workshop to an interested group of 20 people sat in a large tent

This Kitchen Medicines training session will reveal the medicine chest you have in your kitchen cupboards. It will cover the medicinal properties of key herbs, spices and vegetables often used in cooking and how to use them medicinally to support the health of you…

Willow-be-Hooked

Willow Be-Hooked help you make your own willow creation – something for your home or garden or a present for a friend. Make anything from a Lantern or obelisk to a dream catcher or bird-feeder. The workshops are suitable for all ages and they…

Colds and Flu Remedies with Iain Stewart

For anyone who wants to become more confident in treating either themselves or their children through common illnesses … before going to see the doctor. This workshop will provide tried and tested, easy and practical ways to manage coughs, colds and fevers, with lots…