Slight Rearrangement Down At The Social Club

23 February 2013 // Allotment Watch //An Antidote To Indifference //Events //Film/TV

a still from the film, Irish Folk Furniture The line up for the next Caught by the River Social Club event (March 7th) has changed slightly. The first half of the night will feature: Irish Folk Furniture (short film) Mathew Clayton’s talk about a 100 year old apple tree in his garden originally planted by […]

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The Next Caught by the River Social Club

11 February 2013 // Allotment Watch //Events //Film/TV //Mathew Clayton //Miscellany

After the huge success of 2013’s first Caught by the River Social Club, we’re excited to be able to announce our next event at the Queen’s Head (on 7 March). This time we’ll be showing a couple of phenomenal short films alongside talks from regular Caught by the River contributors. The Social Club line up […]

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Mrs Bun’s Allotment Kitchen

19 November 2012 // Allotment Watch

by Nina Walsh. Racing against the sunlight and slightly battered from the elements, we decided that last Sunday was to be our final day at the Allotment Kitchen this year. It was also the Allotment Committee’s Annual General Meeting and The Kitchen was scheduled for discussion. With cooking partner Felix taking care of business at […]

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Mrs Bun’s Allotment Watch

11 September 2012 // Allotment Watch

by Nina Walsh It would appear that folk up at the Gunsite love our pop-up summer kitchen so much that they don’t want it to pop back down again and are prepared to do whatever it takes to keep us running through the winter. We were delighted when the chairman offered us the use of […]

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Mrs Bun’s Allotment Watch

30 July 2012 // Allotment Watch //Food and Drink

by Nina Walsh Apparently, Formic acid excreted from the red ant offers many potential health benefits. Included amongst these are relief from chronic rheumatoid arthritis, increased white blood cell production, improved stamina and it has even been used, in it’s living, crawling and biting form, to induce positive electrical stimulation in cases of paralysis. In […]

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