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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.

Potato Day

Event Date and Time: 
Sat, 01/02/2014 - 10:00am - 1:00pm

Durham Organic Gardeners' Association annual potato day with a selection of organic and non-organic varieties of seed potatoes for sale, at Bowburn Community Centre, Bowburn, Durham.
Advice and information on organic gardening and home composting.
Tea, coffee and light refreshments also available.
Free admission.

North-East Horticultural Society Championship Show & National Pot Leek Society Show

Event Date and Time: 
Sat, 15/09/2012 (All day) - Sun, 16/09/2012 (All day)

The North-East Horticultural Society Championship show in conjunction with the National Pot Leek Society Show is to be held at the South Causey Inn, Beamish Burn Road, Stanley on 15th and 16th September. Vegetable, leek and floral sections - with cash prizes.
Free Entry!

Reclaim the Fields Summer Gathering

Event Date and Time: 
Fri, 27/07/2012 (All day) - Sun, 29/07/2012 (All day)

The gathering will be hosted at Clervaux, 5 miles from Darlington on the 27,28, 29TH JULY
We are looking at pricing the event at £15 including all food for the entire 3 days!

"Reclaim the Fields is a constellation of people and collective projects willing to go back to the land and reassume the control over food production.

Deli Garden Day SUNDAY 15th April

Event Date and Time: 
Sun, 15/04/2012 (All day)

N.B Change of date due to Wednesday's wash-out!

The Claypath Deli are running a campaign called 'Food Meters Not Miles' with the aim of growing our very own Fruit and Veg whilst also getting young people on board to help to grow the food whilst learning about where food comes from, and how it’s grown.