Our Upcoming Events

20 Oct
OM Yoga Show - London 2017

OM Yoga Show - London 2017

20th Oct 2017 to 22nd Oct 2017
Alexandra Palace, London UK

Durwin at OM Yoga Show 2016


We will be at the OM Yoga Show exhibiting all our linseed (flaxseed) products.  Please come along to our stand and meet Durwin, Ellen and Sally (Our inhouse Yoga Gurus) for some free pleasure.  If you're thinking of coming to the show we would love to meet you.

Linseed (Flaxseed) Oil & Milled Linseed















Over the last twelve years, the OM Yoga Show has grown ever more popular, becoming the biggest yoga gathering in Europe, and one of the largest events in the world. In 2017, alongside events in Glasgow and Manchester, the London show makes its return to Alexandra Palace in October.

To book your tickets please got to the OM Yoga Show Website
 


OM Yoga Show London
21st, 22nd & 23rd October 2016
Alexandra Palace, London, N22 7AY

 


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9 Nov
Wisborough Green Farmers Market November 2017

Wisborough Green Farmers Market November 2017

9th Nov 2017
Wisborough Green, West Sussex


A wonderful opportunity to purchase fresh produce from your local farmers (like us) and to support local businesses.  The Farmers' & Village Market also offers the occasion to meet friends in a lively and vibrant environment.

Held in the Village Hall on the second Thursday of the month (not in January), from 9.00 am to 12.30 pm. 

A wide variety of up to 30+ stallholders attend with a vast array of produce on offer. Come along and support your local businesses and help the environment too by not travelling out of the village. Tea and coffee provided by Macmillan.
Wisborough Green Farmers Market

Wisborough Green Farmers & Villagers Market


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14 Dec
Wisborough Green Christmas Farmers Market December 2017

Wisborough Green Christmas Farmers Market December 2017

14th Dec 2017
Wisborough Green, West Sussex


It's Christmas and a wonderful opportunity to purchase fresh produce from your local farmers (like us) and to support local businesses.  The Farmers' & Village Market also offers the occasion to meet friends in a lively and vibrant environment.

Held in the Village Hall on the second Thursday of the month (not in January), from 9.00 am to 12.30 pm. 

A wide variety of up to 30+ stallholders attend with a vast array of produce on offer. Come along and support your local businesses and help the environment too by not travelling out of the village. Tea and coffee provided by Macmillan.
Wisborough Green Farmers Market

Wisborough Green Farmers & Villagers Market


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4 Jan
Oxford Real Farming Conference 2018

Oxford Real Farming Conference 2018

4th Jan 2018 to 5th Jan 2018
Oxford Town Hall

In 2009 the agricultural writer Graham Harvey (now of Pasture Promise TV) invited Colin Tudge and Ruth West (founders of the Campaign for Real Farming) to help establish a new kind of farming conference.

It was to bring together practising, mud-on-the-boots farmers and growers with scientists and economists, and activists and lawyers, and everyone else with a serious interest in food and agriculture. The idea was and is to ask the really big questions – like what kind of farming do we really need and why; but also to focus at least equally on the minutiae of practice – and to see who, right now, in Britain and the world at large, is truly farming and marketing and cooking in ways that the world really needs, and others can emulate.

So in January 2010, the Oxford Real Farming Conference was launched in the late mediaeval library attached to the University Church of St Mary’s in Oxford’s High Street. In part we conceived the ORFC as the antidote to the official, Oxford Farming Conference, which for the past 60 years has presented the Establishment view and of late has encouraged farmers to focus on high tech, and trust to the global market.

But the point of the ORFC is not to attack the status quo but to look ahead — to ask what the world really needs, and what’s possible, and to show what really can be done. Always on the agenda, or thereabouts, is the dream of Agrarian Renaissance: to restore agriculture and all that goes with it to its proper place at the heart of the economy, and indeed of all our lives. Agriculture at present, and farmers, are marginalised. The thing that matters most for humankind is low on the global agenda.

From the outset, the ORFC had a buzz. Farmers and scientists and activists and all the rest really did come together, and in several cases known to us and doubtless many more that we don’t know about, they established new working relationships and began new initiatives. So we knew we had to do it all again – and the 2017 ORFC will be our 8th. Sessions over the years have ranged from the intricacies of soil microbiology to new kinds of marketing, micro-dairies, mob grazing and agroforestry; from the joys and tribulations of crofting, to the kind of economic structure we need to support the kind of farming and marketing that we need, to the underlying morality of farming – why some ways of doing things are better than others; and many more.

We are also exploring new ways of structuring farms – with groups of like-minded people running various quasi-independent but linked farming and related enterprises in the same space, to form a cooperative or a partnership that is more efficient biologically, more robust economically, and more convivial, than any one person can achieve alone.

The ORFC has grown year by year. In 2017 we had over 950 delegates over the two days, half of which were farmers (which in Britain, is a very good turn-out). 

Visit: Oxford Real Farming Conference

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