I’ve been spending time recently helping out at Makerhood. Makerhood is a social enterprise run by unpaid volunteers that aims to support local makers, share creativity and skills, and help build a sustainable local economy.
In the next few weeks we will be launching a pilot website, Makerhood Brixton, to help people in Brixton and neighbouring areas buy locally produced goods and find out about local courses on making and growing things.
So if you make things and live or work around Brixton, Herne Hill, Stockwell, Camberwell or Dulwich, come along to one of our Makers’ Meetings in the next couple of weeks. You will get the chance to meet the team behind the project, play around with the test site, and find out more about how the scheme will work.
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I’m booked in. See you there!
Look forward to meeting you Laura! Did you get your honey?
Sold out! Waiting new stock. Seems it’s really popular right now.
I think honey is traditionally harvested in late summer/early autumn, so you might have to wait for a couple of months. 😦