by Foodie Bugle Events•15th June 2013
We are organising a Foodie Bugle Lecture event in collaboration with The School of Artisan Food, on the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire, on Thursday 1st August 2013, from 6pm till 10.30 pm.
The Foodie Bugle Lectures are an opportunity to bring together food and drink artisans, growers, entrepreneurs, writers, bloggers and food lovers, to share experience, knowledge and wisdom over speeches, conversation and a seasonal supper of regional and local produce with wine and ale.
We look forward to welcoming our speakers: Joe Schneider, one of Britain’s leading artisan cheesemakers at Stichelton Dairy; Claire Monk, Head Brewer at Welbeck Abbey Brewery and Matthew McCarthy, Head Baker at The Welbeck Bakehouse.
The three speakers will talk about how they set up their business or activity, how they managed to create their product, brand and identity, find their suppliers and route to market and generate a loyal customer base. If they knew then what they know now, what would they do differently and why? What advice would they give to young artisans aspiring to work in the food and drink industry or set up their own business?
There will be no technology and no power point presentations: just straight talk, from the mind and the heart.
The evening’s schedule - Thursday 1st August 2013
6 pm - Arrival of guests - drinks and canapes.
6.30 pm / 6.45 pm – A short introduction by Alison Swan Parente of The School of Artisan Food and Silvana de Soissons of The Foodie Bugle.
6.50 pm - First lecture by Joe Schneider of Stichelton Dairy - followed by short Q & A. Follow Joe on Twitter @SticheltonDairy
7.30 pm - Second lecture by Claire Monk of Welbeck Brewery - followed by short Q & A. Follow Claire on Twitter @WelbeckAbbeyBry
8.10 pm - Third lecture by Matthew McCarthy - followed by short Q & A. Follow Matthew on Twitter @WelbeckBakers
8.50 pm – 10.30pm - Supper of local and seasonal produce with wine and ale.
Cost per ticket:
£30 per person to include supper and drinks.
To book your ticket:
Please click here to book your ticket.
The School of Artisan Food: www.schoolofartisanfood.org.
Follow the team on Twitter @artisanschool