The Foodie Bugle Lectures at Thyme At Southrop Manor Estate on 22nd June 2012

by Silvana de Soissons25th April 2012

The second in the series of Foodie Bugle Lectures is going to be held on Friday 22nd June 2012 in the beautiful barns of Thyme at Southrop Manor Estate, near Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3NX.

We are inviting six of the prominent food artisans, writers, chefs, cookbook authors and teachers that we have featured in the last thirteen editions of The Foodie Bugle to each deliver 30 minute talks to a foodie audience, followed by a 15 minute Question and Answer session. They will talk openly about their work, what sort of business or activities they have set up or books they have written, what challenges they have faced, what they hope to achieve in the future, what legacy they would like to leave behind and, if they could turn back the hands of time, what they would have done differently if they had known then what they know now.

This sharing of knowledge and bringing together of collaborative minds will enable people from all parts of the food and drink industry to meet, learn, ask questions, share information, pitch ideas and be inspired by one another in a friendly and open environment.

The talented food photographer Pascale Cumberbatch of Extra Relish will be taking photos during the event, and blogs and articles will be written about the event. 

The Thyme team will welcome you all with teas, coffees, biscuits and cold drinks and we will all enjoy a delicious, seasonal home grown lunch cooked by the cookery school Chefs Daryll Taylor and Marj Lang.

If you wish to purchase tickets please click here. The lectures are the only financing source of The Foodie Bugle online magazine, which takes no advertising and receives no sponsorship, but gives a worldwide publishing platform to hundreds of artisans, growers, food writers and photographers for free.

We look forward to welcoming you there.

Speakers at the lectures

 

Wendy Wilson Bett - co-founder and MD of Peter's Yard artisanal crispbreads  Follow on Twitter: @PetersYard

Amelia Rope - founder of Amelia Rope Chocolate  Follow on Twitter: @ameliarope

Joanna Blythman - investigative food journalist, author and campaigner Follow on Twitter: @JoannaBlythman

Fran Warde - professional Chef, food writer and author of The Ginger Pig Meat Book Follow on Twitter: @franwarde

Franco Taruschio OBE - Italian Chef and proprietor of The Walnut Tree Inn in Abergavenny from 1963 until 2000, tutor at The Chef's Room cookery school in Wales.

Lindy Wildsmith - author, food writer and cookery tutor at The Chef's Room cookery school in Wales. Follow on Twitter @lindywildsmith

Kate Gover - founder and owner of Lahloo Tea and the Lahloo Pantry in Bristol. Follow on Twitter @lahlootea and @lahloopantry

 

Details of The Foodie Bugle Lectures Friday, 22nd June 2012

Location: Thyme At Southrop Manor, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3NX.

Telephone: 01367 850174

Start Time: 9.00 a.m - 10am Tea, coffee, juice and biscuits.

Short tea- coffee break: 11.30 am - 12.00pm

A buffet, seasonal lunch with wines will be served from 1.30 p.m. - 3.00 p.m.

The Foodie Bugle Lectures will end at around 6.00 p.m. with a tour of Southrop Manor Estate and its gardens.

Ticket Price: £100 per head.

To book a ticket: Please click here.

Please bring lots of business cards to share.

Accommodation and facilities at Southrop

The Southrop Manor estate has three cottage suites, four private cottages and houses and an award winning pub, The Swan.

Website: www.thymeatsouthropmanor.co.uk Follow the team on Twitter: @ThymeAtSouthrop

 

 

About the Author

Silvana de Soissons is the founder of The Foodie Bugle Shop and its journal. You can follow her on Twitter @SilvanadeS and @TheFoodieBugle.

 
 
The Tithe Barn, Thyme At Southrop Manor Estate. Photography by Amy Murrell (www.amymurrell.co.uk).

The Tithe Barn, Thyme At Southrop Manor Estate. Photography by Amy Murrell (www.amymurrell.co.uk).

Chefs Daryll Taylor and Marj Lang teaching a cookery class.

Chefs Daryll Taylor and Marj Lang teaching a cookery class.

Lunch tables in the kitchen garden.

Lunch tables in the kitchen garden.

Produce from the Thyme kitchen garden.

Produce from the Thyme kitchen garden.

Some of the cottages available for hire on the Southrop Manor Estate.

Some of the cottages available for hire on the Southrop Manor Estate.