Update 13/3/20: Unfortunately it has been decided to cancel this event in response to the evolving Corona virus situation. We have based this decision on yesterday’s Government advice to adopt social distancing measures where possible. The SPS wishes to play its part in minimising the transmission of the virus and therefore considers in the circumstances it is appropriate to postpone the event. We hope that it can be rescheduled for later in the year.
Suffolk Food Hall, Wherstead, IP9 2AB.
A talk by Professor Jules Pretty OBE, author of The East Country: Almanac Tales of Valley and Shore, 2018 winner of the East Anglian Book Awards
2pm – 4pm
£20 per person to include afternoon tea
Professor Jules Pretty, OBE is an author and academic whose work focuses on sustainable agriculture and the relationship between people and the land. He writes on the importance and relevance of nature for people. In his most recent book, The East Country: Almanac Tales of Valley and Shore, he follows the seasons through seventy-four tales set in a variety of landscapes from valley to salty shore. Professor Pretty was awarded an OBE in 2006 for services to sustainable Agriculture.
The talk is being held at the foodie venue of the Suffolk Food Hall in the Feast lecture room, an interesting location with views over the River Orwell.
Do join us for this special talk followed by afternoon tea – and why not extend your visit and enjoy the bustling rustic-style market of gourmet food and wine – and a chocolate shop – all in the adjacent barn. An enjoyable day out.
Open to all, we look forward to seeing you there.