Calling all food lovers: Melting Pot Festival

NAE's annual food and culture festival is back, celebrating the vibrancy and diversity of Hyson Green and Forest Fields. Come along and enjoy delicious dishes from all around the world. Developed with local community organisations, the festival brings together local chefs, dancers, musicians and audiences. Look out for activities led by local young people too!

 

 

 

FOOD STALLS

 

World Food

Discover authentic flavours from across the globe as Women's Culture Exchange present traditional recipes from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Algeria and Sri Lanka. Select a country or try a bit of everything!

 

Screaming Carrot

Based in the heart of Forest Fields, Screaming Carrot present mouth-watering vegan pastries, sweet and savoury.

 

Djanogly Academy

Pupils have been learning all about food and cooking with Chef Rachel Foster. Stop by for some suprise delicious recipes.

 

 

 

Information Stalls

 

Himmah Food Bank

Himmah is an organisation founded by local mosques and was Hyson Green's first food bank. They will be accepting donations of non-perishable food on the day.

 

Oscar Nottingham

Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Information and Support charity Oscar Nottingham present information on healthy eating and raising awareness of support for this condition.

 

 

Time & Date: 7 MAY 2016, 12PM – 5PM

 

Family Activities: 

 

Face Painting

12pm – 5pm

 

Drumming Workshop

1pm – 2pm

 

Rangoli Craft Workshop

2.30pm – 4.30pm

 

Leisure Land Golf

Don't forget to visit our current exhibition and have a go at our mini golf course. Special group and family rates apply!

 

 

 

Live Performances

 

Manushi Dance

1pm and 2pm

 

Djanogly Academy

3.15pm

 

Salmagundi

4pm – 4.45pm

 

ADMISSION: FREE ENTRY

AGE RANGE: ALL ARE WELCOME

 

 

Source: New Art Exchange

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