The Talks Programme is part of the Food Fayre
Saturday 1 October in St Andrew’s Church Gardens – 10.30am to 5pm
Connect Well is Rugby’s social prescribing project they work with people facing all sorts of challenges, including financial/housing pressures, loneliness, redundancy, long-term health problems, poor mental well-being, bereavement and caring responsibilities; they work with people to identify and access the local voluntary and community groups best able to support them, with over 800 groups, activities and services listed.
- Contribute to local food security
- Promote education, community involvement and well-being
- Maintain a healthy environment
- Conserve heritage
There has been a walled vegetable garden at Cotesbach Hall since the mid 18th Century, but we only became a Community Interest Company in 2015.
In the UK about 70 crops are dependent on, or benefit from, a visit’s from bees. In addition, bees pollinate the flowers of many plants that become farm animal feed. The economic value of Honey bees and Bumble bees as pollinators in the uk, has been estimated at over £200 million per year.