GO! Organic This September

GO! Organic Festival

8th & 9th September, 2018

On the 8th and 9th September, GO! Organic are inviting you to explore and embrace healthy and sustainable lifestyle choices at the GO! Organic festival in Battersea Park.

The team bringing the festival to London are Brighton-based and are passionate about sharing the importance of organic produce, which is free range, chemical free and helps to nourish nature. Whats not to love! Fun will definitely be in no short supply over the weekend, with GO! Organic having something for everyone. If you’re a cooking and gardening geek like me, then the organic market place, with 100 stalls, and the organic kitchen demos will most definitely catch your eye. Other attractions include a children’s farm, a circus, and fun fair rides.

All of this is the perfect complement to a programme packed with celebrity chefs and speakers, which include Chetna Makan, GBBO contendent and author of The Cardamom Trail, Gelf Alderson, Executive Chef at River Cottage, and Emily Watkins, Head Chef at The Kingham Plough.

We are excited to hear one of our favourite celebrity chefs, Melissa Hemsley, will be on stage at 4pm on Sunday 9th September, where she will be offering tips on eating well along with sharing an insight into the life as a celebrity chef. Melissa will also be serving up a sumptuous selection of fast, fuss-free dishes from her new bestselling book Eat Happy: 30-minute feelgood food. Fancy a copy of the book? then don’t miss Melissa on stage as she will be signing book copies for you lucky lot after her session on stage.

There will even be appearances from Simon King, presenter and cameraman, Helen Browning OBE, organic livestock and arable farmer, Jonathan Dimbleby, and the Chief Executive of the Soil Association, showing that organic conversations really are relevant to everyone! Last but certainly not least, enjoy the bands on the main stage, including The Hoosiers and The Magic Numbers.

All of this comes at an amazing price if you act soon, with early bird tickets at £26 for adults and £13 for children, families of four can enter for £69.

At this price, the festival really does welcome everyone to embrace organic living and celebrate a future of sustainability.

Address: Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ

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Twitter: @Go_Organic_Fest