Newsflash: Didsbury Dinners founder wins #Manchester “Woman and the environment” award at International Women’s Day awards

Amanda Woodvine, the founder of Didsbury Dinners, last night won the “Woman and the Environment” award at Manchester’s International Women’s Day celebration. Speaking to MCFly at the awards ceremony, which was held in the Great Hall at Manchester Town Hall, Ms Woodvine said;

“I’m really really pleased. Obviously it’s not just an award for me, it’s an award for the whole team. We’ve got a couple of our cookery champs here tonight who have run their first cookery courses this year. They’re all volunteers, we’ve got twelve of them, really enthusiastic, and they’re running free “learn to cook” courses that last six weeks, with 123 places this year alone. Please visit didsburydinners.com for more information.”

A more in-depth report on the very well-executed and inspiring awards ceremony will appear on this site imminently.

Marc Hudson
mcmonthly@gmail.com

Disclaimer: The MCFly editors got, as did everyone who attended, free grub and plonk. And thanks to the judges and Amanda Woodvine, one editor wasn’t literally murdered by t’other. It’s a long story…

Some other posts about Didbsury Dinners

Event report: Didsbury Dinners Food Trail

We asked Amanda Woodvine of Didsbury Dinners to write up an account of how last weekend’s “Food Trail” events went. Highlights from Didsbury’s first celebration of local, seasonal food We hope that some of you turned out to enjoy Didsbury … Continue reading →

Upcoming Event: Didsbury Dinners Community Celebration Sat 16th

Konstantina Evtimova, a volunteer with Didsbury Dinners, writes about a vegan-friendly BBQ this weekend… Didsbury Dinners Community Celebration Saturday 16 June, 5–8pm (after Didsbury Festival) Didsbury Dinners is hosting a community celebration to say a big thank you to all … Continue reading →

Upcoming event: Didsbury Food Trail, 22-23 September, #yummy

Amanda Woodvine of Didsbury Dinners explains what readers can expect if they take a walk on “the Food Trail.” Didsbury’s first celebration of local, seasonal food is almost here, with a weekend of food-related activities at seven venues starting on Saturday … Continue reading →

Earth Day in Didsbury, and eco-cookery to come!

Amanda from Didsbury Dinners has something to share… Many thanks to everyone who supported Didsbury Dinners’ Earth Day celebrations (22 April). We marked the day at our Barlow Moor Road community garden by planting an array of donated seeds, including … Continue reading →

Digging in Didsbury – Sat April 22nd food planting

These days it seems Manchester Climate Monthly only publishes stuff if there’s a direct relation to the upcoming climate hustings. (Since you ask – it’s on Tues 17th April, from 7pm, at the Friends Meeting House. “Is Manchester City Council … Continue reading →

 

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