Bountiful Bristol Bulletin

Screening of Food Inc by nadiacatkinhillman
June 25, 2010, 1:21 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

5.30pm – 9.30pm, Monday 19th July – Save the date!

Transition Montpelier is hosting a screening of the highly acclaimed Food Inc film in conjunction with the ‘Say NO to Tesco’ campaign and we want you to be there!

The night will consist of a film showing, with a Q&A to a panel and discussion about the issues it raises, followed by an open space to further discuss practical ways to resist the opening of a Tesco on Stokes Croft and the benefits of locally grown, low impact food options. A display of the excellent work our urban growing group has been doing will be complemented with food plants and literature on food and Transition to buy.

Sharing good food is the theme of the evening, and we’re hoping to provide some delicious examples of sustainably grown dishes… And that’s where you come in!

We’re looking for people to contribute locally produced; cakes, snacks, vegetables, soup, salads, elderflower cordial, etc. Anything you could offer would be massively appreciated! Also any literature promoting local good food groups, allotments, or vegetable boxes for example, let us know and we can make them available to people at the event.

We are also hoping for some help with publicising the event (could you forward information on to a mailing list when it’s ready / put a few flyers in your local shop?), and some people to help out on the night. Can you help?

More information to follow, WATCH THIS SPACE!

Please get in touch with Jess at or 07904044213 if you can help in any way or want more information!

The event will be held at Fairfield Resource Centre (formerly Fairfield School), Fairfield Road, Montpelier.



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