Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival 2012 27th-28th October. HubCowbridge will be offering children’s workshops, firing up a community cob oven and offering a food ‘fringe’ in support of the main events at the 2012 Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival.
Based in the Old Hall college annexe 2 hr children’s workshops will be offered alongside stalls, displays and activities from local food suppliers, food projects, local artists, crafters and makers.
The aim is to offer adults some quality time to sample the delights the festival, whilst children are safely cared for and participating in a high quality, hands on and enterprising activity. The ‘fringe’ will provide an opportunity for showcasing some great local people, products, talent and ideas, and be a whole lot of fun at the same time.
Children can be left for 2 hours, or carers remain if they prefer. All staff CRB checked. £5 per child. Workshops will be run in an enclosed space. In association with Fun Foundations Day nursery – who are also providing a creche service for younger children.
Saturday 27th October
Hands on Foodie Storytelling with popular local story teller Kate Hibbert – Lazy Jack, Stone Soup. Spider and the Honey Tree. Each story will use related food/product items from a local producer.
10-12pm, 12.30-2.30pm, 3-5pm. Max 15 places. Suitable for 5-11 yrs olds.
Sunday 28th October
- 10-12pm Craft/Textile workshop – details to be confirmed.
- 12.30-2.30pm The World of ‘Ogs’ – creating and storytelling with delightful characters made from recycled clothes. With Ogmore based textile artist Fran Davies. Suitable for 7-11 yr olds.
- 3-5pm Foraging, Wild Food, Drumming workshop for 8 to 14 yrs.
Also tbc Mehindi and an’ Only Girls Allowed’ workshop looking at natural health and beauty.
Some timetable details to be finalised but places can be reserved now- email firstname.lastname@example.org 01446 775230/07890 407670
Cowbridge Community Cob Oven
Cob is an ancient building material usually made of clay, sand, straw and water. A cob oven is great for making pizza and bread. The oven will be built by Nancy Evans in the run up to the festival via a series of community workshops and the cob oven will remain as a community resource. During the festival it will be lit and people will be able to create and cook their own rolls and fillings using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Stalls/stands for local food producers, food projects, arts and crafts etc are available for £8 a day (10am-5pm), plus 10% of takings. Indoor space (tables provided) and outdoor space (with own set up) available, and can be reserved now.
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