Our Scarecrow Day

The sun shone on our Scarecrows! For the first time in 4 years grey skies and cold winds were replaced by blue sky and sunshine to welcome a new crop of scarecrows. In addition to the competition, children were involved in a trail on the fields, making mini scarecrows...

We’ve been published!

Unlikely Heroes In 2015 Walter the photographer visited Go Local Food as part of his project called “Feeding Body and Soul – A Year-Long Photographic Exploration of An Agrarian Renaissance. His website and photographic archive are available here. He has now...

Construction projects

Creating a meeting space There are plans afoot for a ‘cabin’ that will give shelter for work shares and volunteers and allow us to be a bit more social. Grower Ian has been collecting parts for construction, making a list of what else is required and...

Awards for All

Grant success Some of you may have noticed in a recent Hexham Courant article, that the Go Local Food application to Awards for All, a lottery grant, was successful. This grant will help us build volunteering within our scheme. We want to engage with more people from...

Visitors from South Tyne Sustainability

Touring the polytunnels Last Saturday (July 2nd), we had a group of visitors from South Tyne Sustainability, based in Haltwhistle.  They come to find out more about what we do and how we do it. Having toured the fields we beat a hasty retreat to shed which is now...

Wholesome Food Association

Yes we know that we produce wholesome food at Good Local Food Ltd so it was obviously sensible to join the Wholesome Food Association where other like minded people gather. The group states that: The Wholesome Food Association local symbol scheme is a low-cost,...