Foodival is Transition Town Tooting's annual food festival, celebrating everything that's good about locally grown food. Foodival aims to show how it's possible to grow local, eat local, be sustainable and have fun while doing it!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

A big thank you for all your veggie donations!

A big thank you to all of you who donated your produce to the Foodival last weekend.  A big hand goes out to...

Eddie from Balham who donated kale and squash
Robin from Brixton who donated tomatoes
Mary from Furzedown who donated apples
Judy from Nimrod road who donated pears
Moria from Furzedown who donated swiss chard and tomatoes
Avril from Tooting who donated conference pears and green beans
Esther from Tooting who donated parsley, onions and apples
Lucy from Furzedown who donated potatoes
Sue Rentoul from Furzedown (who does all our lovely design!) and who donated apples
David and Mal from SW16 who donated grapes, tomatoes, chives, apples, potatoes and cress
Anna Smith from SW16 who donated apples
Sofia from Tooting who donated tomatoes and green chllies
Jane Haskings from Tooting who donated peppermint, bay, fennel, chives, curry plant, apples and runner beans
Everyone at Share Community Gardens at Springfield who donated peppers, tomatoes, rocket, mint, beans, cabbage and beetroot
Rose, Stephen and Margaret of Tooting Bec Housing Association who donated pears and damsons
Bunny from Tooting who donated courgettes, green beans, tomatoes and apples
Jane from SW18 who donated tomatoes, green peppers and aubergine
Helen and Shalini from St Georges Hospital Allotment Society who donated tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, chillies, chard, beetroot and swede
Mark Stroud from Tooting who donated tomatoes, courgettes, marrow, apples and parsley

Phew!  We had about twice as much food as last year - so start building up your appetites for Foodival 4!

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