Love to make good food? Check out London’s first festival for makers
Makemore Festival are bringing five fantastic days of making and doing to Victoria Park this August Bank holiday weekend, with plenty on offer for those who love good food.
London’s first festival for makers is opening its doors from 23rd to 27th August, for you to get stuck in to a range of creative endeavours including workshops, talks and performances. Plus we have got our hand on a family ticket to giveaway and a special offer for our readers.
The weekend showcases award-winning honey producers, (and London Food Link supporters) Bermondsey St Bees, inspiring makers with a ‘Cooking with Honey’ workshop, covering sweet AND savoury recipes.
Other workshops include urban spoon making with Barn the Spoon, perfecting your pickles with Thom Eagle from Little Duck the Picklery, brushing up your food writing skills with Rachel Roddy (The Guardian),and baking bread from all over the world on site with food anthropologist and Real Bread Campaign supporter, Bee Farrell.
**OFFER/WIN***Jellied Eel Mag are delighted to have a special ticket offer for our readers, just sign up to our news for a chance to receive it. And make sure to check out our competition on Instagram before the end of Sunday 19 August for a chance to win a family ticket!
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