A group from Transition Durham has launched a project to collect and share information about allotments in County Durham.
The Durham Local Food team are passionate about local food and are working in collaboration with Durham County Council to develop a publicly accessible database to help gardeners find a plot to grow on.
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A quirky little tea room set at the top of LionMouth Rural Centre's terraces. The menu consists of homemade fayre, made fresh every day. Soups, sandwiches, quiche, panini and cream teas are usually on the menu. Much of the fruit, vegetables and salads are grown on-site or sourced locally. Some of the homegrown produce is made into jams, chutneys and cordials.
The Durham Local Food directory is available to download here
We don't see local food as a fashion trend, as something to export or as just a tourism aid but something that is here to sustain us, link us to the land and the people that make local food work.
We want to see Durham produce on Durham plates and just in case we haven't made it clear so far then our directory is all about LOCAL FOOD businesses and not LOCAL food businesses.