Storytelling Southeast, Dungarvan

The Storytelling Southeast Festival 2012 starts on the 26th of September. More info at: http://www.storytellingsoutheast.com/ Advertisements

Waterford Food Festival in Dungarvan

Most of us will have their usual stall at the huge farmer’s market tomorrow at the Waterford Food Festival. Come and join the fun.

Home Bread Making Workshop at An Stór, Midleton

Home Bread Making workshop on Sunday, 22 April from 3 – 7 at An Stór Tourist Hostel, Midleton. Booking essential. An Stór – 021 4633106 or at Jürgen’s stall at the market on… Continue reading

If these GM spuds are allowed, this island will lose its GM-virginity

The latest on Teagasc GM spuds from Mia Mullarkey on Vimeo. Some MUST reading here: Terrible News If these GM spuds are allowed this island will lose its GM-virginity Tips & pointers We… Continue reading

Waterford Festival of Food in conjunction with Waterford County Council, GIY, Glanbia and Primary Schools in County Waterford

More at the Waterford County Council website: http://www.waterfordcoco.ie

Season’s Greetings

We wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our valued customers. We will be back on 12th of January 2012.

Book signing at Easons

Barrons Bakery supplied the bread for lunch and dinner for the Good Food Ireland conference, in Dublin on 22nd November last. Good Food Ireland deals with food producers, restaurants right through to Farmers… Continue reading

GLENMORE ORGANICS joined the market

GLENMORE ORGANICS joined our market. At their stall you can purchase organic lamb and organic eggs.

Culture guide and phone apps

If you want to see what and where culture is on, http://www.culturefox.ie is an easy to use website which also lets you publish your cultural events. Phone apps are also available for Android,… Continue reading

A 5-year Moratorium on Growing GM Crops and Food in Ireland

This petition will be presented to the Irish Government to demonstrate that the undersigned citizens want a 5-year moratorium on growing GM crops and food in Ireland because not enough is not yet… Continue reading