In February, as part of the Cambridge ‘Films for our Future’ festival, 2G3S showed ‘Carnage’ – a mockumentary written and directed by comedian Simon Amstell – which looks at veganism in an informative but entertaining way.
Around 50 people attended the showing at The Johnson Hall in Stapleford, including several representatives of Cambridge Veg*ns. They not only answered questions after the film, but also treated us to some delicious vegan nibbles!
2G3S, Greener Sawston, and Sawston Free Church present a discussion evening (part of the Sawston ‘Your Village – Your Voice’ series) covering different aspects of Sustainable Food, including:
- Sustainable Food for the UK: options after Brexit
(Ian Hodge, Professor of Rural Economy, University of Cambridge)
- Growing your own organic food: barriers to change
(Simon Saggers, organic smallholder)
- An introduction to Cambridge Sustainable Food and latest news about establishing a Food Hub near Sawston
(Bev Sedley, Chair of CSF & Duncan Catchpole, leader, Food Hub task force)
There will also be a display on recycling, including how to use left-overs; and kitchen caddies for waste food to give away – see item on Recycling Champions, below.
Admission free; donations welcome: any profit to Cambridge Sustainable Food
7.45pm Weds 22 November, at the Free Church, 1 High St, Sawston CB22 3BG
Here is our November 2017 Newsletter as a download.
It contains information about our forthcoming talk on “Sustainable Food?”, as well as a write-up of our successful Green Living Afternoon and Mini Repair Cafe held on 1st October. Plus lots more besides!