2040 Film Screening at FarmED with ‘Hungry Gap’ Pop-Up & Bar

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About The Film
What would the future look like if we simply embraced the best solutions that exist today? Drawing on some of the best minds in climate, economics, tech, civil society & agriculture, award winning director Damon Gameau has created a positive, hybrid feature documentary that looks to the future but is vitally important NOW, a time where people are often paralysed by overwhelm and alarm. For those seriously worried about climate change, we bring you a film and menu full of positivity and hope set in the brand new eco-event space at Honeydale Farm.

About The Food
You will be nourished for the evening by a delicious menu by Oxfork founder and chef Chloe of @WhatChloeCookedNext.
Mid-March is smack-bang in the ‘the Hungry Gap’, that time in early Spring notorious for well, not much, is the point. The winter crops are drawing to a close and the fruits of Spring are yet to materialise. It’s generally not an easy time for cooks, and yet it is possible, with a little imagination, to feast sustainably especially with the right inspiration to hand.
Chloe's menu will be a creative ensemble highlighting the best the season has to offer, with produce sourced hyper-locally from Oxfordshire’s best loved - from the field and the larder.

About FarmED & The Panel
As the new centre for Farming and Food Education, FarmED’s mission is to accelerate the transition towards regenerative farming and sustainable food systems by providing space and opportunity for inspirational education, innovative research, practitioner led knowledge exchange events and personal development.
With this inspirational film giving context to the crucial role regenerative farming could play in sustaining our planet, the panel discussion that follows the film will involve a number of experts and influencers in the field and give the audience the opportunity to ask questions about the link between good farming, good food, and sustainability.
We will share the list of panelists and links in due course. In the meantime, go follow FarmED on instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Your Ticket.
Due to the sensitivity of the season, the menu will be fine-tuned and shared closer to the time. There will be a little something before the film with a cocktail, a little something during, and a little something sweet after the film with tea or coffee, and before the panel discussion begins. Find Chloe on instagram for food inspiration in the meantime.
Your ticket price includes;
£12 - Cinema Screening
£18 - Hungry Gap Grazing Menu with complimentary drink upon arrival.
There will be a pop-up bar for the duration of the evening with wine, beer and non-alcoholic alternatives. Cash and card accepted.
The Practicals:
Allergies: We are happy and able to cater to most dietary requirements but will need information at least 7 days in advance of the event.
We are unable to cater for severe nut and sesame allergies as we work in a kitchen that houses and uses both..
Waiting List:
We're expecting tickets to be snapped up fast however we will keep a wait list.
Refunds:
We will do all we can to facilitate ticket exchanges. We cannot refund tickets from five days before the event.
For any questions please email siobhann@makeitgood.io or fiona@farm-ed.co.uk

From: Sat March 28, 2020
To: Sat March 28, 2020
Start Time: 7:00 pm
End Time: 10:30 pm
Cost: £32.93
Venue: FarmED
Address:
Honeydale Farm, Station Rd, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton
Postcode: OX7 6BJ
Min Attendees: 20
Max Attendees: 60
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