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    Posted on May 31st, 2009 charlotte No comments

    camel-csa-ofs-2009-1We have a hectic week ahead of us as Camel Community Supported Agriculture members prepare for the Royal Cornwall Show and our first Open Day.

    Visitors to the show and the Open Day will be able to talk to our enthusiastic volunteers, find out what we’re growing, and discover the benefits of getting involved in our community food growing venture. 


    You will find our stand in the show’s popular Cornwall Food and Farming Pavilion from Thursday 4 June to Saturday 6 June.  Make sure you come and visit us there.


    We will be selling freshly-picked salad packs and signing up new members to our local food project – the first of its kind in Cornwall. 


    We are sharing the stand with the  Soil Association, which has just helped to set up the new West Penwith Community Supported Agriculture project.  We are also there thanks to the Plunkett Foundation, which manages the  Making Local Food Work campaign.


    The next day, on Sunday 7  June, we are holding a series of Open Farm Sunday events between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. including guided tours of the site at St Kew Highway near Wadebridge.


    There will be family activities and all-day refreshments including homemade cakes and cold drinks, with a barbeque from 12 noon – 2 p.m.  You are welcome to bring your own picnic.


    ofs-two-boys-1Schedule of events: –
    11:30    Guided tour
    12:00    Making bee nests, planting lettuces
    12:30    Sheep shearing demonstration
    13:00    Scarecrow making
    13:30    Guided tour
    14:00    Making bee nests, planting lettuces
    14:30    Sheep shearing demonstration
    15:00    Scarecrow making
    15:30    Guided tour

     If you are a member and are able to help out, please get in touch.


    Click here for directions to Camel Community Supported Agriculture’s site at St Kew Highway.


    Click here to view our entry on the Open Farm Sunday website and details of LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), the national charity that helps bring farmers and consumers together.

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