We’ve all thought about whether food is good or bad for us, and what healthy eating is about.
In three monthly talk and discussion sessions starting on Monday 21st September, local writer Rob Elliott and his partner Sally Dean invite us to explore what we mean when we use these terms, and how we might improve our diet and our lives.
Rob Elliott is the author of “The Food Maze” and “How to eat like there’s no tomorrow”.
The sessions are being run by Ledbury Library Development Group (LLDG) in association with Ledbury Food Group.
The themes of the three sessions are as follows:
Unravelling the Food Maze – Rob and Sally review our search for honest food. You want to eat healthily but is butter good for you or bad for you? What does ‘free range’ really mean? What is a balanced diet? Is it just too confusing?
Taking control of our own Health – Rob and Sally explore the connection between food, health and well-being. They also consider the links between industrial food and the major health and environment issues of the 21st century.
“Being the change we want to see”: You are invited to think positively about the food you eat. Using the story of their own lives, Rob and Sally will suggest ways we can make informed changes in our lives and what we eat.
How can I take part?
The sessions take place on Monday 21st September, Monday 19th October and Monday 16th November in the Panelled Room at the Master’s House (Ledbury Library), Ledbury from 7pm to 9pm. Light refreshments featuring local products will be provided.
Tickets for each session are £6 with a discount for LLDG members and Ledbury Food Group members on the night.
Tickets for each session are available to purchase from Ledbury Library 6 weeks before the session.
Parking (free from 6pm) is available in St Katherine’s Car Park, off Bye Street.
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