Monthly Archives: September 2017

 

Art competition showcases diversity and food from around the world

As part of the Macroom food festival ‘Local Food, International Flavour’ on 24th  SECAD Partnership announced the winners of a Primary School poster competition in which ten local schools from Macroom and surrounding areas participated.  The poster entries with the theme ‘Food from around the World’ were on display at an exhibition at the Castle […]

Local festival celebrates international flavour and cultural diversity through food

For the second year running SECAD Partnership was delighted to join forces with the dynamic Macroom Food Festival to deliver a family friendly cookery demonstration as part of a series ‘Local Food, International Flavour’ at the Castle Hotel on the final day of the festival, Sunday, 24th September. In a town with an already rich […]

Launch of ‘Food Fusion’ integration project to celebrate cultural diversity through food

Thanks to all who came to the launch of Food Fusion at FEAST Food Festival on Saturday, 9th September in Midleton. ‘Food Fusion’ is an integration project to celebrate cultural diversity through food.  The project is supported by the Communities Integration Fund and the Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme. Join the next phase of […]

SECAD Partnership showcases resilient Cork communities as pillars of sustainable development

SECAD Partnership welcomes the Euracademy Association to South and East Cork (7 September 2017) This week SECAD Partnership is hosting the Euracademy 16th Summer Academy entitled “Resilient communities: pillars of sustainable rural development’’ in Midelton, Co. Cork. Euracademy Association is a multi-national, inter-disciplinary team of university teachers, researchers and consultants of rural development with a […]

SECAD Food Fusion programme to launch at FEAST Festival on 9th September

We’re delighed to take part in the FEAST Midleton Food Festival this Saturday 9th September in Midleton. We’ll be launching ‘Food Fusion’, a programme which aims to help cultural understanding through a shared love of food. Join a free cookery demonstration with Shermin Thompson at the Midleton Food Festival Marquee (outside the Courthouse) from 11.00-12.00pm. […]
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