Due to the Easter Break the deadline for entries has been extended slightly ..please get your information to us before Friday 10th April to be sure to get your event in the brochure..look forward to hearing from you
If you would like to organise an activity or event for fadfest 2015 we will need your information by the 7 APRIL at the latest.
If you are a first time leve fadfester or have any queries please contact us by email or call.
There is a simple online form to complete which can be found at:
So here we are at the start of our very own community cider making initiative.
The idea is a simple one. Apples that may often go to waste are collected from all over the community and made into cider.
We want as many people as possible to get get involved in all aspects of our venture.
You can :
Tell us where the apples are…someones garden, on a street in an allotment etc.(Where necessary obtain permission to pick/collect them!)
Pick them, gather them up -you may need a ‘picking crew’ it’s a fun activity for all ages..
Get the apples to the team; You can deliver them to us or we can collect if help is needed.
If you are interested in brewing, have previous experience or would like to learn more and are prepared to roll your sleeves and get involved – we would love to hear from you.
The Levybevy Cider brewsters
PS…nearly forgot..you also get the pleasure of drinking some of the cider that’s made
CONTACT JEAN 07791142106…Email email@example.com
The story so far is that we have the top three nominations which are:
- Persian Tasty Grill – 879 Stockport Rd, Manchester M19 3PW
- Abduls – 998 Stockport Rd, Manchester M19 3WN
- JR – 1015 Stockport Rd, Manchester M19 2TB
And the Winner is … Persian Tasty Grill
When you’ve got customers coming in for their lunch, evening meal AND late night post-pub top-up, all in the same day, then it’s fair to say that you’ve got people who REALLY like your food.
That’s the case for Persian Tasty Grill’s owner, Ekram. He reckons the key to success is “A-class” ingredients. When he buys his food Ekram, originally from Turkey, says quality must come ahead of price. For that reason he doesn’t worry too much about the amount of competition Persian Tasty Grill faces along the A6. “As long as the food is good people will come back” is the way he sees it.
Despite the competition Ekram rates Levenshulme as a “good place, secure for business, a good market”. Ekram also credits his twenty years’ experience preparing Afghani, Indian, Pakistani and Turkish food for helping to make Persian Tasty Grill the preferred take-away for many a Levyite. Opt for Ekram’s recommendation, Grill Special with Qabily Pilow, as well as needing a doggy bag, you’ll be looking at lamb chops, kobeda (mince meat) and chicken tikka accompanied by rice, lamb shank, carrot and sultanas with chicken curry on the side! Persian Tasty Grill has permanent daytime special offers on more than a dozen dishes.
As for waste Persian Tasty Grill uses one of the biggest contractors, Viridor, for both its solid rubbish and the used oil. Ekram says that if he sees some rubbish outside the shop then he’ll go and pick it up, “I worry about myself, keep my own place clean”.
Our latest Levenshulme FADFest brochure has hit the streets but if you haven’t yet seen it take a peek at our e-brochure!
or click on the link and view the Levenshulme Food and Drink Festival Brochure 2014 it in your browser
If you are on a mobile device, click here for the brochure in images
**NEW** to the Festival in 2014
Manchester Community Spirit
Levenshulme Film Club
Incredible Edible Levenshulme
Delamere Rd Residents Group
Manchester Film COOP
Closing Date 11th April 2014
Click here to complete your form and make sure you get in this year’s brochure
Are you interested in being part of a movement to promote locally-grown fresh food?Inspired by the Incredible Edible Network, the first meeting of Incredible Edible Levenshulme will be held on Weds 14th August at 2.30pm in Trove.
Please come along to find out more about propaganda gardening and how growing fruits, herbs and vegetables in public spaces can build stronger communities, promote local businesses and a provide a reconnection with where our food comes from.
Help us join the Incredible Edible Revolution! Email: IncredibleEdibleLevy@gmail.com for more information
“015 sees the retun of fadfest. I hope you’ll agree that Levenshulme food and drink festival just keeps getting better and better.
If you agre,e we could sure use your help: there’s admin, social and print media, buddying up with a new event organiser, distribution of brochures and flyers and putting up posters. All these jobs can help create a really fab festival vibe.
It’s really easy to get involved Call, email, tweet, facebook, text…
looking forward to hearing from you!