Local Food

A TTW community group to restore and establish resilient networks to generate healthy, locally produced food.

Location: Worthing
Members: 53
Latest Activity: May 12

Grow Your Own!


So says the "How to be Free" Manifesto by Tom Hodgkinson. That was a great book full of life and medieval peasant asides. However, it must be said, "Local Food: how to make it happen in your community" (published September 2009 by Green Books) is a must read for all food-related transitioners . . .

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Food Group Accounts

For information, attached to this discussion are the Food Group accounts as at the time of the TTW AGM covering the years:1/4/12 to 31/03/131/4/13 to date (21/11/13)These show:Income and expenditure…Continue

Started by John Coote Nov 25, 2013.

Seed Swap 2013 Feed Back 2 Replies

The feedback forms about the Seed Swap have been collated, summarised on sheets and put on display at the Veg Day at Culberry Nursery on 21st April. We had planned to have a group chat about them but…Continue

Started by Claire Hunt. Last reply by Claire Hunt May 1, 2013.

Local Food at the Seed Swap

We have a Food Group stall at the Seed Swap this Saturday (9th Feb) to promote what we are doing and encourage others to join us. There will be information about the Sow & Grow programme; green…Continue

Started by John Coote Feb 6, 2013.

Minutes of Meeting of Local Food Group, 12th Nov, Charles Dickens pub

Nice change to meet in the pub – thanks to Lisa for organising! Many thanks from Barbara and Claire to John, Richard, Michelle, Lisa, Jo, Caroline, William and Jay for coming and to Martin for…Continue

Started by Claire Hunt Dec 5, 2012.

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Comment by Caroline P on February 2, 2011 at 0:49

Do we think this would be a good collaboration between Arts 'n' Ents/Local Food?
Comment by Pauline Cory on December 11, 2010 at 20:56

Fantastic, we were thinking of getting a press and I am sure we can come up with some oak boards, maybe we can discuss it at the Food Group.

Comment by graham holden on December 11, 2010 at 12:44

Hello, I'll try and make it to the 20th Dec meet up and we can discuss the mapping project.  I'll be able also to show you what I am working on at the moment - as it's very close to what you are discussing.


Regarding Apple juice, I have a press... been making cider this autumn.  The press is a little tired - as it needs some more oak boards, but it is still functional for pressing.

Comment by Claire Hunt on December 11, 2010 at 9:04

Graham, that sounds really interesting. We need to also plot farmers and where they get supplies from and sell to. And later as the mapping project develops, there will be retailers etc to plot too. What's the best way to do get together on this - do we need to meet? Can you come to the meeting on 20 Dec - which is really to make apple juice drinks but we could still talk about it?

Comment by Pauline Cory on December 11, 2010 at 8:42

Thanks Steve very much for the apple juice link, very helpful.

Comment by graham holden on December 11, 2010 at 8:33



I am working on a mapping project at the moment - focus is on places in sussex, but I could adapt the code so it could be used for people to plot locations for "food sites"

Comment by Steve Limbrey on October 30, 2010 at 11:28
Hi all,

Interesting article by George Monbiot in yesterdays guardian about preserving apple juice. Link below:-
Comment by Caroline P on September 21, 2010 at 23:50
(Sorry, the link disappeared from the first 'comment'.)
Comment by Caroline P on September 21, 2010 at 23:50
Comment by Caroline P on September 21, 2010 at 23:49
hello Food Group!

There's a nice bit of info about foraging here - one of my favourite pastimes! Just wish I knew more about what is safe to eat. I might invest in the book.

Save some for me! :-)

See you at Farmer's Market Saturday x

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