Is your home-made sloe gin good enough to be crowned this year’s 2022 North Cotswold Sloe Gin Competition winner? Find out at The Fox Inn at Broadwell on Saturday, 5th February 2022 at 7.30pm.
Anyone can enter; you just need to bring a 300ml bottle of your home-made fruity booze for tasting on the night.
The categories are: Nouveau (Sloe Gin made from the 2021 Sloe Crop); Vintage (Sloe Gin made before 2021); Fruity Tipple (Any other spirit infused with fruit, eg limoncello, bramble gin, marmalade vodka etc).
It is free to enter your bottle, and a minimum charitable donation of £5 will buy you a tasting score card to judge all the drinks on the night. You can come and taste the gins whether you enter the competition or not. There will be prizes and all profits will go to charity.
This huge vegan market takes over Oxford Town Hall, right in the centre of this historic university city, on just three Sundays throughout the year.
Find a whole host of mouth-watering food stalls selling a variety of vegan fast food, healthy eats, artisan savouries, sweet bakes, craft cheeses, craft brewers, ethical jewellers, sustainable chandlers, local artists, plus zero-waste champions, environmental charities and loads more.
Growing your own vegetables is not only a viable way of being sustainable but has also been proven to be good for mental health.
However, it’s not always as easy as it seems! Join Daylesford head gardener, Jez Taylor, as he passes on his knowledge, experience and techniques to help you get the most out of your garden, whatever your experience level or size of growing space.
Each course will cover topics pertinent to that particular time of year and will include a guided tour of the organic Market Garden at Daylesford.
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