Walk Colchester: Jane’s Walk Fundraising Supper
14 April 2018 7pm
Join Walk Colchester and chefs The Gamekeeper’s Daughter (Young Chef of the Year 2017, Suffolk Food and Drink Awards), Good Souls Bakery & Unique Bakes, for a supper to raise funds to support this year’s Jane’s Walk Colchester weekend (May 4th – 7th 2018) – a free walking festival that takes place in towns and cities worldwide on the first weekend in May to honour the life and legacy of the urbanist Jane Jacobs.
Enjoy a three-course meal and evening of entertainment, with food sponsored by East of England Co-op and an after-supper talk on ‘Walking and Nature: The Health Benefits’ by Jules Pretty, author of The East Country: Tales of Valley and Shore (2017).
This is the 8th year that Colchester has hosted this by now much-loved festival. Proceeds from the evening will support all publicity expenses and related weekend events, allowing the festival to continue to be enjoyed entirely free, as originally conceived, by all participants.
Wood pigeon and pistachio terrine with pickled beetroot and seasonal leaves
Smoked carrot lox with pickled beetroot and seasonal leaves (vegan)
Braised local venison with balsamic onions and thyme
Smoky BBQ seitan with balsamic onions (vegan)
Both served with winter seasonal mash with a side order of braised kale
Local apple crumble cake with ginger cream (vegan)
Price of ticket includes all food and entertainment. Paid bar throughout the evening.
All contributions to the evening have been given freely. Many thanks to Jules Pretty, Chefs The Gamekeeper’s Daughter, Good Souls Bakery, Unique Bakes Colchester and East of England Co-op. Special thanks to Marc De’ath and Caroline Rhys-Lewis for their inspiration and unqualified support.