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It was mentioned last year, and, as all Incredible Edible projects, it isn't 'all talk'.
The Incredible Edible Network is now in place. From its humble beginnings in 2008, Incredible Edible is now a real embodiment of its ethos ‘the power of small ideas’.
Have a look at the website here, and, get involved.…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on April 3, 2013 at 7:02 — No Comments
We are delighted to announce that co-founder of Incredible Edible Todmorden, Pam Warhurst CBE, will be guest speaker at our Annual General Meeting to be held at Rossendale Museum on Saturday 23 March from 1pm.
Pam is, and, has been instrumental in the Incredible Edible movement and was also appointed Chair of the Forestry Commission in 2010.…Continue
The Incredible Edible RossenDaily can now be viewed via a link on our website.
Just click on the red coloured panel beneath the Blog section on the left-hand side of the Homepage, and, you'll be directed to the latest edition!
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on July 3, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
Another Incredible Edible School!
Some great pictures showing the children (and helpers) and Waterfoot Primary School:…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on June 22, 2012 at 10:57 — No Comments
I've found a really good website which collates stories which are 'tweeted' on Twitter by anyone that is connected to Incredible Edible Rossendale.
It then puts them into a newspaper type page and issues it for all to see.
If you follow us on Twitter ( @IERossendale ) then you may well have seen it already. If not, then you can have a look here:…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on May 22, 2012 at 13:53 — No Comments
Is there a location near you that you can help look after?…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on May 22, 2012 at 12:49 — No Comments
Following our Level 4 award at North West In Bloom last year, we have again been invited to take part in the RHS Its Your Neighbourhood category for 2012.
This Sunday, 13 May, at around 10am, we will be continuing our work at Whitaker Park and, we need your help to try and achieve a Level 5 award this year.
If you have any edible plants you can spare - vegetables, fruit or herbs - please bring them along and plant.
We will shortly be…Continue
Our friends from Burnley were featured in the local newspapers last week.
Well done Rob, keep up the Incredible work!…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on March 27, 2012 at 13:03 — No Comments
Another beautiful day!! I'm just off to collect 100 edible saplings from Stubbylee in Bacup, given to IER by The Woodland Trust . We'll be planting them in Helmshore tomorrow with a group of pupils from Helmshore County Primary School.
Right now, daffodils are flowering opposite Sunnybank Social Club that were planted by some of the school's pupils a good 10-15 years ago and looking beautiful in this sunshine - definitely not edible, but beautiful!
The school is…Continue
Look what Joanna found on sale at Gordons Riggs today:
Maybe one day soon we will see 'Rossendale Apples' for sale on out High…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on March 19, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
A great article about our friends from Todmorden by BigBarn:
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on March 9, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
Those wonderful people from Incredible Edible Todmorden will be featured on next weeks edition of Inside Out North West on BBC1 Monday, 27 February to "meet the community using public spaces such as graveyards to grow fruit and veg." Please tune in (or record) and see what an Incredible job they do, and, what we aspire to.…
Incredible Edible Rossendale, would like to invite you to participate in Incredible Edible at Work.
The idea is very, very simple. Workplaces in the Valley simply grow something(s) edible on any of their land – a fruit tree, berries, salads crops, the list is endless. There is no excuse for not growing anything – if you don’t have any land, you certainly have windowsills where you can grow lettuce, rocket, or herbs. You can grow tomatoes…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on November 8, 2011 at 14:51 — No Comments
We will be guests on Radio Lancashire this afternoon.
Stephen Lowe has asked us on to talk about our project and the opening of Whitaker Park - please listen between 12:45 and 2pm.
If you prefer, you can listen online at - http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/radio/bbc_radio_lancashire/listenlive
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on July 3, 2011 at 8:47 — No Comments
You may recall we blogged about some Incredible Edible Fish & Chip paper earlier this month.
This Friday (1 July 2011), Tony's Plaice on Bank Street in Rawtenstall will be wrapping takeaways in Incredible Edible newspaper!
A section of the newspaper, which also promotes the official opening of our Community Garden at Whitaker Park, can be seen below:
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on June 28, 2011 at 11:43 — No Comments
Incredible Edible Rossendale has been given a very unique opportunity to appear in a very special newspaper!
Our friends Kaspar Wimberley and Susanne Kudielka (also known as Treacle Theatre), working with Creativity Works, will dedicate the ‘paper’ to IERoss and it will be used to wrap Fish & Chips for a limited period!
If anyone would like to contribute it’s fairly simple - just send us material that respond to any of the following questions:…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on June 10, 2011 at 12:52 — No Comments
Representatives from IERoss were recently invited 'over the hill' for a guided tour of the superb project by our mentors in Todmorden.
Our guide for the day, the wonderful Estelle, walked us from Mary's garden, along the canal bank and back through Todmorden for a well-earned rest at the Bear Cafe.
The Sun shone on us all afternoon, and, a great Good Friday was had by all.
BIG thanks to Estelle, Pam and Jane for their…Continue
Incredible Edible Rossendale are delighted to confirm that Christine Walkden has agreed to become our Patron offering her support to our project
We are sure you will recognise Christine from her appearances on BBC's Gardeners World, Gardeners Diary and resident gardening expert on The One Show. She has also had two series of Christine's Garden.
Christine was born in nearby Rishton and trained at the Lancashire College of Agriculture and then worked at…Continue
Added by Paul Scott-Bates on May 25, 2010 at 14:30 — No Comments