TiK Community Farm
We have regular times to meet at the Community Farm and get our hands dirty!! Please come and join us, there’s lots to do and it’s lots of fun too. If you would like to dig with us, please email email@example.com for more information or call 07710 191550.
Thursday: 10am – 12 noon
Sunday : 10am – 12 noon
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Wednesday 7th February – TiK Food Group Meeting
7:30pm – The Hub at Rectory Farm
The TiK Food Group meets every month on a Wednesday evening in order to plan work and development at the farm and monthly market. It is also a forum for ideas, news and sharing of skills. Any food related topics can be included. We meet at the Hub at Rectory Farm for most of the year only retreating to somewhere warmer during the coldest months. Everyone is very welcome. We are keep to share the wonderful vegetable farm with as many local residents as possible and are always pleased to see new faces. Hope to see you soon.
Our meetings are held regularly on the Wednesday before the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Saturday 10th February – TiK Open Meeting, followed by Tiking Team (Committee) Meeting
10am to 12 noon, then 12 noon to 1pm: Charter Court, Parish Council Rooms, Vicarage Lane, WD4 9HR
Our Open Meetings are just that, open to everyone, paid-up members and visitors. We’ll get the usual round-up from all our activities (Grand Union Community Energy, Community Farm, Inner Transition, Transition Streets). Bring your ideas and inspiration.
There will be tea/coffee and cake. If you would like to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org or say you are going on our Facebook Page. We look forward to meeting you.
Our Open Meetings are held regularly on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Please note: Our meetings at Charter Court are held in the first floor meeting room, accessed via a staircase from the entrance lobby. Come straight in and up the stairs on the left.
Saturday 17th February – Local Produce Market
9am to 1pm, Kings Langley High Street
Come wander the various stalls and get a taste for local products and produce. Contributors have not travelled more than 25 miles and the market brings the village to life! Stop by our stall to shop our community farm’s harvest and meet some of the team.
The TiK Community Farm Stall will have [onions, potatoes, beetroot, runner beans, dwarf French beans, courgettes, pumpkins, chard, kale, tomatoes, salad greens, spring onions, leeks, & carrots]
The market is held on the 3rd Saturday of every month.
Note: Inner Transition with TiK’s People Petal
Inner Transition Meetings are held regularly on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, but we are currently revamping our approach and will announce the next date shortly.