In March, The Homegrown Collective Supper Club we will be at our stunning new venue, The Forge, with Opus Talent Solutions who, along with Women's Tech Hub and Streets 2 Boardroom, will be gathering Bristol business leaders for an evening for food, music and conversation to inspire collaborative action on increasing the diversity in Bristol's boardrooms and work places.
We are also thrilled to be cooking at the Coexist Community Kitchen at Hamilton House, this time not only using the finest of local ingredients, but also the finest young cooking talent. A young apprentice from the late Meriton centre for education and support for young mothers will be joining us to gain training, employability, information on nutrition and to share her skills to help prepare the feast.
There will be the same seasonal feast from the finest local producers, music performed by candlelit by Bristol's Samantha Lindo and a atmosphere that will be the the perfect setting to host the conversations, connections and commitments that will make a difference to the diversity in our city.
We can't wait to celebrate local food, artists, businesses, producers and people of Bristol and the south-west with all of our new partners in 2018!