‘Power in our Land’: Ryebank Community Camp to celebrate first birthday
The Ryebank Fields Community Camp is to celebrate one year of its occupation, supporting the longstanding campaign to Save Ryebank Fields from the threat of MMU development
A roundup of the best Food Podcasts
Whether it’s a long train journey ahead, an afternoon pottering in the kitchen, or you’re finally planning to tackle the washing up, the following food podcasts are here to keep you company.
Want Not Waste celebrates three years of zero waste
Want Not Waste, Manchester’s first student-run, plastic-free shop and wider project, celebrates three years of positive change on campus.
Food Across Borders – Cook for Ukraine
The #CookForUkraine campaign is using food to raise donations and awareness of the conflict, with support from various Manchester businesses.
‘Radicchio Not Roses’ – A Guide to Sustainable Valentine’s Alternatives
Roses may not be the most ethical choice to gift a loved one this Valentine’s day – here’s why, and some alternatives.
In conversation: ‘Chicken and Bread’ Zine
We spoke to the founder and editor in chief of Chicken and Bread Zine, celebrating food as art and centring voices of colour
Ruby Tandoh’s Permission to ‘Cook As You Are’
A review of Ruby Tandoh’s ‘Cook As You Are’, Tandoh’s most politically radical yet practically reasonable book yet.
Melt! Kelly Lee Owens, Live at the Ritz
Kelly Lee Owens offers an evening of renewal at Manchester’s O2 Ritz
Winter squash – beyond the butternut
Make the most of this seasonal favourite by looking beyond the typical carving pumpkin
A Fertile Future: In conversation with The Kindling Trust
A conversation with The Kindling Trust, a Manchester based organisation that seeks to subvert our food system for the good of people and the planet.
Preserve This: Blackberries
How to make the most of blackberry season with our preservation guide
Wild garlic and what to do with it
Spring is the perfect time to forage for some delicious wild garlic!
Sculpting the landscape: A review of ‘Hepworth’
A new film on the importance of landscape in the life and work of the sculptor Barbara Hepworth
Review: ‘The Channel’ in collaboration with Journeys Festival International
Katie Hourigan reviews The Channel, an installation which is highlighting the stories of refugees