Food Smiles: Bringing Local Food to St Albans

28 September 2013 13:30 - 28 September 2013 17:30

Lower Hall, Dagnall Street Baptist Church, AL3 5EE

A free invitation for residents, producers and farmers to discuss and explore the business of working together to source local food

  • Hear about other successful projects
  • See presentations/films
  • Meet local farmers and suppliers
  • Sample tasty local produce
  • Get involved in starting a local project
  • Show your support for Food Smiles St Albans

The event is free but seats are limited. Advanced tickets are available from www.bookwhen.com/foodsmiles

More information is available from the website for Transition St Albans at www.transitionstalbans.org/food-smiles/



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