Special interest group for those interested in food

12:36 13 November 2012

Transition Town Honiton to launch new food group to share ideas.

A new food group is to be set up by Transition Town Honiton (TTH), which has now been running for more than a year.

The new group will meet on Thursday (November 15), at the town council offices in New Street, at 7pm.

It will discuss a range of topics including local food, growing your own produce, foraging for wild food and much more. Those in attendance can discuss and share their ideas during the meeting.

Rising food prices will also be among the topics up for discussion, as well as links between food production and climate change.

TTH is planning to set up small special interest groups.

Tea and coffee will be provided.

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