Living in rural Dorset, we are so fortunate to be able to reap the benefits of a productive kitchen garden as well as buy direct from growers and farmers.

The ethos of Slow Food has been second nature to us for so long but in this ever changing world and coping with the current crisis, how can good, clean and fair food be available to everyone.  What should we be doing to encourage our friends and neighbours to live more sustainably? These are just one of the topics during Terra Madre Fringe this autumn.

Lisa is delighted to have the opportunity to join in the chat with Shane Holland of Slow Food and a panel of leading artisans:


David McDowell, The Bee Farmer

Lizzie Dyer, Just Kidding

Jonathon Jones, Tregothnan Tea

Peter Cook, Peter Cook’s Bread

Tom Oliver, Oliver’s Cider

When: Saturday 10th October at 3pm

Why: To learn more about how they produce the finest produce available but also support their local communities.

How: Simply join us online.