Fernvalley Tearoom unsurprisingly is situated at the Fernvalley Wildlife Rescue Centre in Rendall.
Situated in the centre of Kirkwall, Cafelolz in The Strynd, is a small but very charming place to eat.
The Orkney International Science Festival’s programme will be enhanced by a range of new events, including shore outings and paper making from natural materials.
the UK Government plans to introduce new legislation this summer which will mandate full ingredients labelling for foods that are prepacked for direct sale.
Cafe@no.65 in Victoria Street, Kirkwall, directly across from the Red Cross Shop is run by Orkney Blide Trust.
The Eat Well Age Well Roadshow is coming to Orkney on 10th June.
“Recently, one of Mike’s work colleagues went to The Indian Garden for a meal, and told us that it has changed ownership, and was very good.”
“Reformation of our food system is long overdue. We advertise Scotland as a nation of food and drink, yet over a third of Scots worry about putting food on the table.”
It’s not exactly wild foraging, but, in our garden, we have a veg patch, in which Mike cultivates what could be called ‘weeds’, on purpose, to eat.
“I am writing to foodbank organisations in Scotland to find out whether they have any plans to make service users aware of the consultation, and how they are supporting them in submitting their views to the outcome of the consultation.”