Slow Roots Symposium & Grandmother’s Day: Sandbrook House, April 20th & 21st
How can our Irish food heritage create jobs for this generation? SPUDS.ie is delighted to be part of a two day Slow Food Ireland Festival which will explore our cultural heritage, re-introduce us to lost skills, pass on inherited wisdom and explore the entrepreneurial potential of good, clean fair Irish food. Saturday 20th April The “Slow Roots, a Food Symposium” will be a public exchange involving IT’s from across the island to investigate “How can our Irish food heritage create jobs for this generation?” Click here to find out more… Download the schedule for the Slow Roots Public Symposium Sunday 21st April Grandmothers Day gives families the opportunity to spend time together, remembering and recording lost skills and the precious inherited wisdom passed down by previous generations. Join us for a fun filled day of demonstrations, workshops, entertainment and delicious cookery demonstrations! Click here to find out more… Location: Sandbrook House Sandbrook is a handsome period country house, originally built in the early 1700s. Sandbrook sits in 25 acres of mature parkland on the Wicklow/Carlow border in the heart of the Irish countryside.