26 September 11am – 3pm. Biscuit Factory, Edinburgh
Apple Day is the chance for the community to get together and enjoy local produce after a shocking 18 months.
During lock down Annie Pig found herself, as a single self employed mum of two who was privately renting, financially stuck. Fortunately Annie was taught how to grow, forage, build fires and cook from scratch as a young child so that meant she was able to feed her little family.
At that point she realised that privilege was not money; it was knowledge. Since that point Annie has been working on sessions in schools and in communities , to teach growing and food basics. She has been writing ‘The Cook Book’ (which is not just about cooking) and making it her aim to be able to give others the skills to be self sustainable and really enjoy it.
This event is also about helping other small companies who have been impacted by Covid -19 and giving those starting out the opportunity to sell and network. Working with the awesome folk at the Biscuit Factory, this event will be a friendly atmosphere working on a sliding scale of affordability so everyone has a chance to enjoy the day.
We will be adhering to all Scotland’s Covid rules so please do not come if anyone in your household is displaying symptoms, please wear a mask (unless exempt) and be sure to check in to the track and trace upon arrival.
All of our events are LGBTQ+ friendly, please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or you would like to book a stall space.