Welcome to Eastfeast

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Eastfeast is a team of professional gardeners, artists and teachers that helps schools deliver more effective learning based on working a school allotment through the seasons, culminating in a community feast. We work with students and teachers to develop the outdoor classroom, cultivating shared learning about the world in which we live, through food and art.

Started in 2005 with a year long pilot programme at Aldeburgh Primary School in Suffolk, the Eastfeast project continues to evolve, in partnership with a growing number of schools in East Anglia, through a series of linked but independent creative learning programmes.   Joint professional development of teachers, artists and other creative practitioners, eg gardeners, is a key characteristic.

The focus is food and where it comes from.

The process is creative, engaging the imagination.

The product is learning and understanding.

*** STOP PRESS ***
*** Tuesday 28 April 10am-3pm ***
The Fromus Centre, Seaman Avenue, Saxmundham IP17 1DZ

This free exhibition - sponsored by The Saxmundham & District Community Interest Company (SADCIC) - has been organised to raise awareness and understanding of the various agencies, and local enterprises, that offer support to those who live with a frailty, impairment, illness or disability and / or their Carers. The event will be supported by the pop-up SMILE Café, which will be there to provide refreshments.
Come along and support those who've been working with Eastfeast and will be selling
plants, willow birdfeeders and more
Eastfeast's work with this project is financed by the European Union

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