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Camden New Town Festival 2017

The Camden New Town Festival is a special celebration every year, bringing together the local community to enjoy a day in the sun with entertainment provided by local businesses and performers. This year was no exception. We were there at our stall (thanks to everyone who came to say hello!). If you missed it, then here’s some flavour of the day.

# 2017-08-13 by CCRadio | Everything

Adventures of Joseph: Shopping Spree

In this week’s Adventures of Joseph, Joseph takes off on his adventures round Harlesden, Queen’s Park and then hits up Park Royal on a shopping trip.

Package by: Joseph Hughes, Violet, Beverley and Freddy

# 2017-08-13 by CCRadio | Everything

Life After Hummus

Eating healthily is important for our bodies and our wellbeing. We all know this. But what if you are told by a doctor to lower your levels of cholesterol? Or that you should eat a high-fiber, low-fat diet? Do you know what meal you would go home and cook? Farrah Rainfly of Life After Humus runs healthy eating classes that teach people what a truly nutritional diet looks like.

Package by: Freddy Chick

# 2017-08-13 by CCRadio | Everything | Information about local services

Suzanne Hall on Permaculture

Suzanna Hall talks with Camden Community Radio about Permaculture, Perma-blitzing, Strictly’s Secret Forest Garden, Edible Money and Reciprocity.
Permaculture is all about sustainable living, learning from thousands of years of sustainable living to transform our everyday habits.
See accompanying podcast for information about the London Permaculture Annual Festival Takes Place at Cecil Sharp House, Regent’s Park Road, Sunday 30th July, 11am-6pm.

Package by: Marian Larragy

# 2017-07-26 by CCRadio | Everything | Communities

London Permaculture Festival, Sunday July 30th, 2017, 11am-6pm

On Sunday 30th July, Cecil Sharp House, Regent’s Park Road, NW1 7AY, 11am-6
This year’s Permaculture Festival has lots for children and adults to do;
There is mini-beast hunting, face painting, collage, nature art, storytelling, toys for toddlers, natural dying. Etc.
For adults there are over twenty workshops on forest gardening, solar-panel making, straw-bale building, tyre furniture-making, tips for container growing, climate opportunity and stall of all sorts.
Also lots of cakes and tea.
Entry is FREE for under 18s, £6 (£4 unwaged) for adults.
To find out more about permaculture, listen to Suzanna Hall’s chat with Camden Community Radio on the accompanying podcast.

Package by: Marian Larragy

# 2017-07-26 by CCRadio | What's On in Camden | Communities | Everything