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Featuring great value food from our organic garden and cooked onsite in our kitchen, The Castle Cafe is the organic cafe with the best view! Winner of the 2013 Sustainable Food award from Sustainable City Awards.

Saturday 22nd October 

Contact James: james@feedbackglobal.org  / 07791 281787

August to October 2016

Café

We've got a fantastic day in the garden planned for 'Grow Well, Feel Well Day' in association with Capital Growth.

Packed with workshops and drop-in sessions to calm, balance and nurture well-being.

Hope you can join us!

For more information please contact: events@castle-climbing.co.uk

 

Saturday 16th January
7.30 - 11pm
The event will be held in the Cafe/Lead area

What's a Disco Soup?!?

THE CASTLE CAFÉ NEEDS A PART-TIME CHEF

The Castle Café is looking for a chef who is passionate about sustainable vegetarian and vegan food and will be excited about working with our existing kitchen team and our garden team to produce great value, healthy food for hungry climbers!

You should:

The Castle is looking for an energetic, creative & self-motivated person to join the team as Café Manager for a Maternity Leave cover contract.  

Like the proverbial pig in muck, I’ve taken a genuine liking to jumping in the compost bins at the Castle during my garden apprenticeship. It’s a place to witness first hand the circle of life as scraps from the cafe and climbers rots and turns magically into dark rich compost that we then use to grow delicious new vegetables in.

We are in the season of autumnal abundance, with harvests occurring all over London’s gardens, growing sites and city farms. Hedgerows are plentiful and trees are laden with sweet fruits ready for the picking. Yet in many gardens around the city a great deal of fruit falls to the ground every year simply to return to the earth rather than feeding people. At the same time as this natural supply is ready to drop, the UK is importing apples and pears from countries as diverse as France, New Zealand and the South Africa.

The bees and butterflies made the most of the warm, calm bank holiday weather, as did a huge number of visitors to The Castle enjoying the day and taking part in a whole range of walks, talks and activities on this year's May Day event.

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