Confirmed workshops for 2019

Brewing, Wild food, Natural Beekeeping, Cold smoking, Wild meat and Community Agriculture. Mushroom Growing, Seed Saving, Orchards and forestry, Crafts businesses and willow growing, Basic auto mechanics, Thermo-electrics, Solar power and batteries, Green Architecture. Herbalism: Ointments and salves and Colds and flu.

Fermenting area: intro to Fermented food and drinks inc. Sauerkraut and Kombucha, Dynamic fermentation and Kimchi from waste vegetables.

The Bakery: Team Bake-Off, Bulk baking with Andy’s Bread, Sourdough Baking, Making cakes, Gluten-free, Healthy cakes, Young bakers and Milling grains.

Textiles Tent: Up-cycling textiles, Spinning, Dyeing and Textile sovereignty, Knitting, Crochet and Textile arts.

Crafts awnings: Green woodworking, Willow crafts and Raku pottery, Soil building, Biochar and Smallholding.

Other activities include a tour of Crabapple Community and a morning choir. More to come. Click the links or scroll down for more details.

Julian Cowderoy – electricity from heat

A lot of the wood and coal we burn goes into waste heat. Why not take the heat and convert it into electricity? This can be done with thermoelectrics. Julian will be giving a talk on generating electricity from heat. He also makes quality…

Upcycled Textile Art

Working with both wool and also charity shop textile finds, Bev produces upcycled textile art, both in the folk art tradition and also with a contemporary twist. Bev will be running informal have a go sessions in making your own piece of art work…

Organic Heritage Flours and Milling

As part of the Radical Bakers Team Bake-off, we will be selecting heritage flours and grinding grains with a solar powered stone grain mill. There will be the option to mix this flour with a sourdough starter and there will be a choice of…

Sunday Morning Choir

Charlotte will be leading us in a singing and laughter workshop with whoever turns up, ‘non-singers’ very welcome. Charlotte teaches songs from all over the world.

Raku Pottery with Julian

Raku pottery is used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies. It is something we can make over the weekend and get startling results. On Friday Evening you can mold your own pots and on Sunday you can glaze those pots or use ones provided. The…

Maintaining a forest and Orchard with Matthew Bishop

Over the last 19 years Matt has planted nearly two thousand native trees and an orchard on his land in West Tipperary. During this time he has acquired some very useful skills, both theoretical and practical, on maintaining a woodland. He will be discussing…

Healthy Cakes with Pam Tanka

Substituting ingredients and nutrition for people with health problems. How to make sugar, gluten free and dairy free cakes including a Polenta cake. Better for you with unprocessed fresh ingredients.

Pav’s Cafe

There is a fully catered tickets option for Radical Bakers. The meal deal is every meal from Friday eve til Sunday lunch, plus all day tea and coffee and cakes in the afternoon. Also included is pizza on Thursday and Sunday nights. When all…

The Baker’s Arms

Our pop-up pub is the Baker’s Arms. Serving cold drinks inc local real ale and cider, G&T and Organic wines. Organic Cider from Barleywood Orchard in Bristol. Wine by Wild Crafty Brew (part of the Rewild Project). 100% Birch Sap, dry and crisp with…

Camp market

market stalls in the baker's arms

Bring your crafts, Tat, produce, preserves and starters to swap and sell in our camp market. It is from lunchtime on Saturday and after the workshops on Sunday in the Baker’s Arms marquee. Please supply your own table or you are welcome to put…