Organic food project opens doors to visitors at annual summer party - The Leamington Observer

Organic food project opens doors to visitors at annual summer party

AN ORGANIC food scheme is opening the garden gate to visitors at its annual summer party.

Canalside Community Food, based in Radford Semele, is a subscription fruit and veg project that serves around 150 local households.

Members of the scheme choose from small, medium or large boxes of locally grown produce, starting from £7.40 per week.

Ali Jeffery, an administrator for the scheme, said: “Our summer party is an ideal opportunity for people to come and meet us, and celebrate the season with members of our scheme.”




Party-goers can join in with a barn dance, enjoy local ales, and hot and cold food made using veggies grown on the farm.

Tickets for the summer party are £5 for Canalside members (£7 for non-members/under 16s free).


Tickets are also available at the Gaia Co-op on Regent Place in Leamington.

Visit canalsidecommunityfood.org.uk for further details.

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