Events, Classes & Workshops March/April 2024
2nd Friday each month, 7.0-9.0pm - Garthorpe Village Hall
Hobby Huddle - Drop in session
All welcome - Cost FREE (Self service refreshments available)
Monday evenings, 6.30 - 7.30pm. - Reedness Primary School
Yoga Class with Sue Russell
Cost £5 (6 classes for the price of 5 plan available)
Saturday 2 March, 10.00am-2.00pm. - Garthorpe Village Hall
Free Motion Quilting - with Sara
Cost £25pp. Light refreshments included
Friday 22 March, 7.0-9.0pm. - Luddington Village Hall
Growing Fruit & Veg. -with Ray Creek.
Cost £5 pp. includes light refreshments.
Saturday 13 April, 2.0-4.0pm. - Reedness Primary School
Incredible Bake Off - Bread Making with Sarah Cost £20pp. Light refreshments included
First IEM planted snowdrops showing their faces near the kiosk 🙂, elsewhere in the village a few daffodils are coming up 🌱 hopefully better weather on the way...
Take a look at our latest news, ongoing projects and upcoming events
"If you eat you're in"
We are a purely not for profit voluntary group working for the benefit of our community in all that we do. Whilst we are reliant on external grant funding to support our activities, we welcome your support whether that be getting personally involved or donating to our cause.
Fancy getting involved?
Community based projects are integral to our success in bringing our villages together and instrumental in creating a closer knit, more caring and cohesive community.
Workshops & Events
We offer a regular and varied program of events and classes including cookery, gardening and craftwork. Fancy learning something new?
See what's upcoming . . .
AN INCREDIBLE STORY
Incredible Edible - What’s it all about?
The Incredible Edible mantra,
“IF YOU EAT - YOU’RE IN”
Incredible Edible was born in Todmorden in 2007 through like minded people coming together with a common aim, to create kind, confident and connected communities through the power of food. Together with the realisation of the power of small actions bringing individuals in communities together, a community-led framework was born for improving social, economic and environmental wellbeing.
After finding myself out of work due to COVID, I started making window/ flower/ veg boxes for Incredible Edible. After I’d made those, I started to make more items made from recycled wood, and so my business began. Having now grown to such a degree my husband has not taken over and is the proud owner of his own business, 'Love Wood' in Reedness. Without the incentive, we may not have taken that step.
As for being a member of these now beautiful and giving villages, I have met many more of my neighbours. I think Incredible Edible Marshland has been the reason this has happened. It has massively brought our community together.
Kelly Lambert (Mrs)
1 / 3