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More than 200 people visited the yurt, walked the Route, drew the trees, tasted traditional Japanese foods under the blossom and drank foraged teas over 2 days. My trip started with a workshop with 25 School of the Arts second year students as part of...

MAY DAY MAY DAY 2019

MAY DAY MAY DAY 2019

Join us on May Day, the first day of Summer! Here are fuller details of what is on offer this year. The programme is designed around celebrating, raising awareness, observing, accommodating and responding to the wider natural world and the needs of the more-than-human...

On the edge & glorious gluts, our harvest 2018

On the edge & glorious gluts, our harvest 2018

A full and exciting two days of talks, discussion, learning, walking, foraging, feasting, fire, making, carving, laughing, exploring, sharing, drinking tea. Thank you Loughborough University. Pressing Apples was written by Paul Conneally using phrases and fragments,...

Whats on: Harvest 19 + 20 October 2018

Whats on: Harvest 19 + 20 October 2018

Its harvest time again! Welcome to this year's programme of events. Lots to take part in, discuss, eat together and squirrel away for the Winter.  We hope there is something for everybody.  Please get in touch if you would like any more details. LU Arts/Radar are part...

Summer days and nights

Summer days and nights

We explored the underlying themes of Fruit Routes this summer: biodiversity; food systems and climate change and had a fascinating time making new and deepening connections, learning and making. We were joined by guest speakers, academics, walk leaders, artists,...

Summer events 13-15 June 2018

Summer events 13-15 June 2018

You are invited to share ideas for individual, collaborative and institutional action towards a more sustainable life through space to imagine and reflect, walks, conversation and sharing food and drink grown & produced on campus.  If you want to contribute, share...

A good year for chestnuts

A good year for chestnuts

Fab harvest event again. Storm Brian that was on his way all week so we took shelter in the Edward Herbert Building and had our first ever harvest event indoors after an hour and a half walking the route. It actually worked really well and there were more people than...

What’s On – HARVEST 2017

What’s On – HARVEST 2017

Look forward to seeing you at this year's harvest. Come and discover an amazing hidden orchard on Ashby Road (just down from the Epinal Way roundabout) on Wednesday lunchtime and take home as many apples as you like,  Bake Off apples available across campus from 18...

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