Harvest Supper in 2 days!

Posted on October 22, 2015 by ecoviewfinder

Celebrating 6 years of Transition Leytonstone

Peasant Wedding by Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1567)

Peasant Wedding by Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1567)

Believe it or not, 6 years have gone by since the inception of Transition Leytonstone on September 28th, 2009! To celebrate both our birthday and the success of the Market Stall we’ve been running in partnership with OrganicLea, we’re holding a Harvest Supper on Saturday 24th October at St. John’s Church Hall. All ages welcome, including children. Book your place here on Eventbrite.

Attendees are invited to bring their favourite vegetarian dishes to share, prepared using locally grown or sourced vegetables in season. People always love to discover new recipes, so could you please print yours out on small slips of paper to share with others? If you want to celebrate with something alcoholic, feel free to bring along a bottle or two. In keeping with this appley time of year, we will be providing some delicious local cider to try. Not to mention –  a birthday cake!

On this occasion, we won’t be asking you to provide your own plates and cutlery – we’ve got the use of the church’s tableware. But do bring along an empty container and/or a doggy bag to take home any leftover food. We don’t want to let anything go to waste!

And for those who have only recently joined us, or whose memory needs a jog or two, we’ve put together a small exhibition charting the history of the Community Garden, Market Stall

Recent visitors to the Community Garden

Recent visitors to the Community Garden

and other Transition Leytonstone projects over the past 6 years. If this sparks off any ideas for future projects, we certainly want to hear about them. We especially welcome ideas from attendees about future projects, to make greater use of the Community Garden. So don’t be backward about coming forward!

People are encouraged to arrive by foot, bicycle or public transport.