Wednesday 15th October 7.30pm Rudolf Steiner School Theatre, Langley Hill, Kings Langley WD4 9HG
Transition in Kings (TiK) are very excited to announce our first public seminar on the future of food.
Barbara Rowbottom our champion of TiK’s local food market has invited co-founder of Todmorden’s Incredible Edible, Pam Warhurst to come and give a talk in Kings Langley. Incredible Edible is quickly becoming a global phenomenon, with community gardening initiatives spreading throughout the UK, USA, Canada and France.
You can view her TED talk here: Pam’s TED talk video
We are very pleased to confirm that Pam will be in Kings Langley on Wednesday 15th October, to join Charles Ainger (Low Carbon Chilterns), in an inspiring evening at the Rudolf Steiner School Theatre. You can find out more about Incredible Edible, Every Egg Matters and Todmorden’s other community gardening initiatives at Incredible Edible’s website.
Our Programme begins at 7.30pm
Charles Ainger – visiting professor at Cambridge University, and leading light in Low Carbon Chilterns, coming from an water engineering background Charles shares his perpsective on the global issues facing food production.
Robert Mostyn & Vicky Bate present TiK’s activity within the village, including our community energy projects, the local food market, TiKoff community farm and our plans for a regional currency.
Pam Warhurst – co-founder of Incredible Edible, shares her experiences of community gardening initiatives in Todmorden, Yorkshire.
Refreshments and open discussion.
Advanced Phone Booking £4, call the TiK box office on 07754 532862
Payment on the door £5