On Monday 5th November, students and staff gathered on Anselm Lawn to make and taste fresh apple juice, sit around a warm glowing fire pit, and hear enchanting autumn stories.
The Student Green Office at Canterbury Christ Church University have released their first ever cookbook and it couldn’t be better!
How many of us keep our heads down as we rush round the campus from one place to another? Do we take time to notice what is around us or pause to reflect on aspects of our own lives?
As many of you may already know, as part of the Beer, Bread and Honey project, we came up with our University’s own ale, in partnership with the Foundry Brew Pub. The name of the ale is Green Chapel and it is made with hops grown on the Canterbury campus.
On the 19th May we had another Bring and Bake event which went even better than last time. After another layer of clay was added to the oven, we were ready to bake not just bread, but also pizza! In case you missed the event, have a look at these recipes:
The students and stuff from Canterbury Christ Church University are not the only ones who can enjoy this nice weather and spring in general. The newts from CCCU are enjoying it too.
On April the 27th, the earth oven was dry enough to be filled with wood and lit for the first time, an exciting day for everyone involved.
My name is Linnet and I am the Edible Campus Coordinator. We might have met before at the ReFreshers Fayre or in Touchdown, but I thought I would introduce myself properly.
Right now, finding easy ways to sustain your garden is popular. A friend of mine recently made a wormery for her garden and has found it amazing.
Green Chapel Ale is new this year and is the start of something amazing! It represents the culmination of a collaborative effort and everyone involved has pulling in the same direction to do something unique and special.