A wide variety of over 20 stallholders will be at the Eco Fair in St. Peter’s in Sudbury on October 31 between 10am and 4pm. The event is free to enter so come along if you are interested in reducing energy, recycling, conservation, local food and crafts, there will be something of interest for everyone.
Jane Hatton, organiser “There are so many groups and businesses in and around Sudbury who are working to inform and help people live more sustainably, its great to get them under one roof. You will be able to make your own smoothie by pedal power. The bike shows how much energy it takes to pedal enough to power a blender and we will also have demonstrations throughout the day”.
10am to 1pm – Carl Shillingford from Shillingfords at The Quay is a new, unique pop-up restaurant. Carl Shillingford is a Michelin-trained chef who will do demos using locally sourced, foraged, natural ingredients.
1pm – Libby Laurence from The Jam Shed which is small family run company based on the Suffolk/Essex border will do a demo to reawaken the love of local preserves by making hawthorn jelly.
2pm – Rosita Minichiello from Scarlet Rosita Food which produce cooked and raw, sweet and savoury food for people on special diets.
3pm – Sarah Partridge from Orchard Barn will give a talk promoting the use of deep green, locally sourced, natural building materials and traditional construction skills and methods.
Throughout the day the Beehouse Honey Company will demonstrate candle making.
For more information on the transition group or the stall holders who will be at the Eco Fair visit http://www.transitionsudbury.co.uk