Thursday, February 2. 2012
Monday, August 29. 2011
SEPTEMBER 23rd - 25th
Friday 23rd 18.30 : THEATRE NIGHT
Ringwood’s Forest Forge Theatre Company
Saturday 24th, 10.30-17.30: APPLE DAY
Apples, Acoustic Music, Storytelling, Food, Crafts & the 2011 Eco-Fashion Show
Saturday 24th, 18.30 – Late: MUSIC NIGHT
Jeremy Avis & Korasong Radio with the 2011 Festival Community Choir, Native Roses and special guest John Illsley (Dire Straits), and Atlantico
Sunday 25th, 10.30 - 18.30 : FESTIVITIES & LIVE MUSIC
Music (plugged & unplugged), Storytelling, Poetry, Food, Arts and Crafts. Closing with Farmageddon and Owl in the Sun
A weekend of festivities, live music and much much more featuring New Forest area
Monday, December 20. 2010
Reflections on a brilliant day of music, storytelling, craft workshops, food, wonderful people and beautiful surroundings. Organised by the New Forest Transition Group for the New Forest Festival 2010.
A bit of warmth and sunshine to warm the cold of winter and to look forward and inspire the New Forest Festival 2011!
Tuesday, October 19. 2010
What is the Biggest Challenge for you in regard to Local Food?
We asked ten New Forest residents a second question to inspire debate for
the New Forest Local Food Summit, organised by New Forest Transition
and supported by the National Park and the District Council on September 30th 2010.
The aim of the summit is to implement a Local Food Strategy for the New Forest Area.
Why is Local Food Important to You?
We asked ten New Forest residents the question to inspire debate for the New Forest Local Food Summit,
organised by New Forest Transition and supported by the National Park
Authority and the District Council, on September 30th 2010.
Wednesday, August 18. 2010
This Saturday, August 21st, and every 3rd Saturday of the month!
This was filmed back at the market in April this year.
Hale Local Food Market was started by the Hale & Redlynch
Transition Group. Lead by Paula & Richard Downard it was set up to
increase the availability and accessibility to local food, principally
for the surrounding rural communities in this north-eastern area of the
New Forest. The Parish Council gave them the go-ahead before the summer to
run the Local Food Market on a regular basis.
fish, cheese, pies, preserves, dressings, seasonal vegetables &
fruit, mushrooms, beer and wine...enough to make a real contribution to
reducing your food carbon footprint!
If you'd like to inquire about joining the group of traders, either as a one-off or on a regular
basis, please email Richard Downard on firstname.lastname@example.org