Two events for you at the Master’s House, St Katherine’s, Ledbury
Where do we go from here with food and farming?
Rob Elliott and Sally Dean ask this question in the third of their talk/discussion series on Monday 16th November at 7pm.
Don’t worry if you missed the others in this series as there will be plenty to interest in this session.
Rob says, “We will discuss the options we have today regarding our future health and food security, looking also at how those options might address the problems of environmental degradation, human misery and the general ecological health of our planet. Where do we go from here with regard to food and farming? Can we continue to feed a growing population? What about the obesity crisis? Or indeed poverty and hunger?
We will look at these issues through the eyes of some of today’s new pioneers, including one of our very own back-to-nature (and “back to the future”) farmers, Simon Cutter of Model Farm near Ross-on-Wye, who will give us a brief but inspiring overview of how and why he farms in a genuinely sustainable way.”
Not to be missed, tickets costing £6 can be purchased in advance at Ledbury Library, and will be available on the night. Your ticket includes light refreshments and a very local drink.
This event is organised by Ledbury Library Development Association in association with Ledbury Food Group.
Feast at the Master’s Table
Eat, drink, be merry and entertained at a splendid meal of local food in the glorious medieval setting of Ledbury’s Master’s House.
The Friends of the Master’s House invite you to join them, and the Master, on Saturday 21st November for an evening of food and entertainment starting from 7pm.
A three course meal of seasonal local specialities will be provided from the pop up kitchen manned by Belinda Sparey’s team from “The Best of Taste”.
Various musical and other divertissements will be provided to entertain you, and period costume is optional.
Tickets are now on sale at Ledbury Library for this special event at £30 – numbers are limited and tickets must be bought in advance. Drinks will be available at the event.
This event – which could become an annual occasion – is organised as part of an ongoing programme of events at the recently restored and revived Master’s House.