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Welcome to our new feature! Where we’ll be sharing news, events, and promos from our fab London Food Link supporters who are making our city a better place to eat, enjoy and celebrate good food.

We’ll be updating this every month, so make sure you look out for new listings happening near you!

Ready to shop? This month, Walthamstow Farmers Market, which takes place every Sunday from 10am-2pm, is getting a refresh with some freshly picked new stalls. And on Sunday 29th May, the fab Leytonstone Farmers Market is welcoming Your Daily Veg cook book author Joe Woodhouse for a signing of this new book from 10am-2pm.

The lovely Sutton Community Farm is hosting an Open Weekend on 11th and 12th June from 10am-4pm, a chance to enjoy a farm tour and to learn all about organic horticulture. Tickets available here.

If you’re keen to learn a new skill (and to enjoy taking home 2 loaves of your very own freshly baked bread!), head to Today Bread in Walthamstow for a Sourdough Bread Class for Home Baking. The next date is June 19th.

Also in Hackney, Eleven98 continues its one-of-a kind communal dining experience, The Chef’s Table. Up to 12 guests get to enjoy a nine-course gastronomic, locally sourced tasting menu with sustainability at its core. Next available dates are 27th May and 3rd June.

Newsflash! Charity TastEd launches a new partnership with Islington Council to bring sensory food education to primary schools and nurseries across the borough.

Newsflash! Crop Drop is now offering free home delivery to people in Haringey in partnership with the refill service (home to Ernie the vintage milk float), The People’s Pantry.

And finally, in May, Crop Drop are offering 30% off their standard and large veg bags so you can enjoy UK-grown asparagus and other ultra-local and seasonal produce – sign up for one of these bags in May and get 30% off your first month by using the code SUPPORTLOCAL.

Hannah Crump, Editor

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