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The food passport officially launched on Friday - this month you can win a meal for four from the Little Green Wiggly Machine if you buy local!
It was clear that people both in the school and the wider community wanted to contribute in some way to providing a lasting tribute to a head teacher who made such a big impact on the school and everyone associated with it, so a memorial fund has been set up.
Food Passport to Cirencester
Food Passport to Cirencester
This Friday sees the launch of the Food Passport to Cirencester (a Cirencester Community Development Trust project) celebrating the fantastic food offer in our town using seasonal recipe cards. This blog starts to explore Cirencester and its food scene.
Tuesday March 11th, 9.30am – 12.30 and 1.30 – 4.30 at The Gateway Centre, Spine Road, South Cerney.
The Local and Loved campaign has come to an end and Cirencester can be proud to say it has some of the most loved businesses in the country.
If you're looking for things to do with the kids this half term in Cirencester then come along to Scrubditch Care Farm, learn about farming and make something to take home!
Cirencester Community Development Trust (the Trust) is pleased to announce the launch of its support local initiative “Food Passport to Cirencester”.
If you want to do something challenging and rewarding, then volunteering at Scrubditch Care Farm could be for you!
Launched on Saturday 1st February and running until midnight on Valentine’s Day, Cirencester locals can vote for the businesses they love so we can find the most loved businesses in our town!
Over the weekend, the staff, pupils, parents and governors at Ann Edwards School in South Cerney, head of the sad death of their Headmaster Stephen Richardson.
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