The Hornbeam Cafe invites you to a feast with delicious healthy tasty food – locally sown, grown, picked and cooked! All making use of as much local produce as possible, provided by Organiclea Community Growers.
The supper club is open from 6.30-10.30pm so you can choose your time to book a table (latest booking 9pm). Advance booking is essential –
email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, how many people, and what time. The café can cater for all special dietary requirements, intolerances and allergies – just let them know when you book.
As well as Organiclea’s produce, the Hornbeam kitchen is stocked from small scale organic farmers in East Anglia, from Suma Wholefoods cooperative, and the beer comes from local brewer Pitfields.
Hornbeam Bakers’ Collective aims for substantial changes in the way we produce and consume bread in this part of London, making fresh, handmade, nutritious, organic bread available in our neighbourhoods. inspiring people to bake their own bread for themselves, for each other and for their communities, and celebrating bread and appreciating our different baking traditions.
The Hornbeam Centre is one of 3 organisations featured by the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) in its drive to promote the benefits to businesses in reducing the amount of waste they generate. The Hornbeam has a zero waste policy – see the video here. See also the NLWA’s waste reduction tips for businesses.
Singers, musicians, poets, comedians, storytellers, magicians, puppeteers and actors join our monthly showcase of local creativity at Hornbeam’s friendly & intimate venue on the second Friday of each month. Bar serving selection of organic wine, spirits, beers, soft drinks and snacks. Free entry. Doors open 7.30pm. Listen to some of the acts, and see our gallery of performers here.
The Hornbeam Bakers Collective want to inspire people to bake their own bread for themselves, for each other and for their communities, so they have lined up 5 baking courses early in 2012. See here for full details.
They also make fresh, handmade, nutritious, organic bread available in our neighbourhood, and bake for the Hornbeam Cafe, Hornbeam Box Scheme, Hornbeam Saturday Stall, Leytonstone Saturday Market, Growing Communities Market and a number of other events.
Transition Walthamstow meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month and is developing a community led response to the pressures of climate change, fossil fuel depletion and increasingly, economic contraction, with the aim of tackling these threats and creating a vibrant and sustainable future. All are welcome to take part. For more information about Transition Walthamstow, including details of its next meeting, check out its website: www.transitionwalthamstow.org.uk
Gardening for Wildlife in Waltham Forest is our latest advice pack and comes in the form of a series of leaflets covering different aspects of working with nature to get the best out of your garden. Click the links to download the leaflets in pdf version