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COLLABORATIONS

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LIVING JUSTICE

information to follow about our next collaboration. Meanwhile discover more about Living Justice on their website

 https://livingjustice.earth

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THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT

The Real Junk Food Project in Brighton is part of the Real Junk Food Project network, created by Adam Smith.   It is a national and international movement of cafes, projects and pop-ups with one core objective: 

To intercept food waste destined for land fill and use it to feed people who need it, on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis.

Daphne was the chef at the Friday One Church cafe between

2018 - 2020 when, due to coronavirus, it closed.

She then had the pleasure to work once a week with the wonderful chef  Karen at The Gardener Cafe and, more recently, from time to time run workshops at the Fitzherbert  Community Hub.

 

The hub is a collaboration between the Parish, The Real Junk Food Project, Brighton Table Tennis Club and the Voices in Exile charity.

find out more https://fitzherbertcommunityhub.org.uk/

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THE TRAVELLING FUTURE ROADSHOW

A collaboration between Transition Town, Greencuisine Trust,  Ovesco.and movingsounds.org

The Travelling Future Roadshow enjoys convivial encounters with diverse people attending festivals in the villages and towns  around Lewes

Dates in 2024 include

Newick 30th June

Chiddingly 6th July

Peacehaven 13th July

REVIVE 

                        

Creating new stories to live by through sharing food around the table.

Miche Fabre Lewin & Flora Gathorne Hardy of Studio Fabre Lewin, workingcollaboratively with Daphne Lambert of Greencuisine Trust, launched Revive in 

2022.  

The initiative brings farmers, growers, researchers, educators, chefs, nutritionists, artists and educators together to inter-weave new and traditional stories to live by.

https://www.studiofabrehardy.earth

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