VegPower- a personal experience

VegPower- a personal experience

If you have children or grandchildren in a County Durham Primary School you will have spotted them getting very excited about vegetables over the past few weeks. Through the support of TaylorShaw, the company providing school meals to the majority of primaries in the...
The journey from Bronze to Silver starts here!

The journey from Bronze to Silver starts here!

We’re delighted to announce that our recent application to SFP to start our journey towards the Silver Award has been successful!  Food Durham’s Bronze SFP award recognised the breadth and strength of activity by all our partners across County Durham who are working...
Beamish has launched an exciting new food stall!

Beamish has launched an exciting new food stall!

Featuring a range of just-released, locally produced products, the new stall in the 1900s Town is the perfect one-stop shop for your Edwardian essentials.   From Pockerley Nettle cheese, Beamish blackberry jam and wildflower honey to Beamish dog biscuits, ploughman’s...
Can you cut the mustard?

Can you cut the mustard?

Did you know that Durham was the birthplace of English mustard, invented by Mrs Clements and first ground at a mill in Saddler Street in Durham City in the 18th Century?    Visit County Durham are searching for a mustard producer and would love to hear about anyone...
It’s good to Grow your Own!

It’s good to Grow your Own!

Families who have been accessing emergency food provision can come along to drop-in sessions at four community venues in County Durham.  The team at OASES are offering activities to help people learn more about growing food by sowing seeds and potting up plants to...