How many counsellors does it take to change a light bulb? Only one, but the light bulb has to really want to change.
And this weekend…)
Saturday 28, 11am-3pm Love Food Fest is a celebration of sustainable eating in Manchester. There will be free food and drinks and hands-on workshops on the themes of growing food, cooking cheap and healthy recipes and food composting. There will be tonnes of fun food games and best of all entry is completely free!
Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road
Sat 28, 11am-5pm – Farmers’ Market and Craft Fair
Regular market, held on the last Saturday of each month. The cream of the North West’s farmers, growers, producers and artisans descend on Chorlton Green to sell directly to the public.
Several new stalls this month
Farmers’ Market in front of the Horse and Jockey
Craft Fair – inside the pub
BBQ on the terrace (if fine)
If you know of weekend events that are about “climate” (and that includes food growing, or cycling or whatever), then let us know and we can include them in future “Something for the Weekend”s…
And if you know any jokes of the high standard we’ve used so far, please submit ’em.
Thanks, just the job for a wet weekend – I wanted to see the Alan Turing thing anyway: http://events.manchester.ac.uk/calendar/date:2012-04-28/tag:manchester_museum/