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Urban Food Fortnight Giveaway

Urban Food Fortnight is about to kick off and we've teamed up with loads of events to give you a chance to win tickets, including 'sold out' kick off event with Sandor Katz.

Zoe Warde-Aldam

Zoe Warde-Aldam

The prizes, curated by the London Food Link team behind Urban Food Fortnight, have been kindly donated by Urban Food Fortnight hosts.

  • 2 tickets to the sold out Sandor Katz in Conversation with Honey & Co* (19 Sept)
  • 2 tickets to Crayfish Bob's Crawfish Boil (29 Sept)
  • 2 places on Capital Growth's Straw Bale Gardening workshop (28 Sept)
  • 2 tickets to Lucy Farrell plays a Gig at the Greenhouses (28 Sept) and 
  • 2 tickets worth £60 to Exploring Future Foods with Rachel de Thample and Six Legs Farm (30 Sept)
  • 1 ticket to Capital Growth's How to Make Edible Terrariums (5 October) 
  • £20 worth of vouchers to spend at Notting Hill Farmers market**

To be in with a chance to WIN, simply join London Food Link between 11-18 September 2019* and the winners will be drawn at random.

Plus exclusive discounts

You will also receive access to exclusive discounts on pop ups, classes and more. 


Terms & Conditions 

Open to UK residents, over 16's. Non-transferable.

If events are cancelled we will endevour to offer an alternative, but this is not guaranteed.

*To be in with a chance of winning tickets to Sandor Katz you must join and enter before 16 Sept.

** Must be spent within one month, we recommend heading to Notting Hill Farmers market 20th Birthday Party on 28 Sept.

Published Wednesday 11 September 2019

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