Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Tamil Feasts Market Stall Launch

We have expanded our Tamil Feasts family!  

Tamil Feasts is a social enterprise that provides employment for recently settled asylum seekers.  9 new participants who are all seeking asylum have started a hospitality training program with us at CERES. 

For 8 weeks this Spring, our Tamil Feasts trainees will be holding a food stall at the CERES Saturday Market.  And they would love to share their food with you. 

We will be serving up a variety of yummy street food to send your taste buds on a journey.  Think dosa’s, freshly made chai and sweet treats.

So come finish off your week, support our new trainees and enjoy a plate of life changing goodness.  

Our first market opens

Market Stall Launch
Saturday 7th September 2019
9am – 2pm

Tamil Feasts Market Stall will run from 7th September until 26th October 2019.

For more information please contact CERES on 9389 0100.

Tamil Feasts - More than just a meal 

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Highlights from the Moreland Local Food Networking and Autumn Celebration on 4 April.

About 40 residents got together to network and hear local food groups tell interesting and inspiring stories about their local food projects at the Merlynston Progress Hall, Coburg on April 4, 2019.

Here are the highlights as well as copies of the presentations and contact details to find out more about each initiative:

  • Claudia and Angela from Open Table talked about the nutritious meals they make from surplus food to hold monthly or fortnightly community lunches in Brunswick, Fawkner, Coburg and Glenroy.
If you would like to volunteer to help at any of the community lunches in your area, please email or register at

  • Rani, Emma, Jane and Bec from the Upfield Urban Forest described how they have transformed three different sites in the Upfield bike track from barren wastelands to cool, shady, beautiful spaces that improve the commuter experience immeasurably and at the same time reduce the urban heat island effect, store water and carbon and increase food security for local residents.
If you would like more information and to get involved in this fantastic initiative, click on this link

  • Jen from Fair Share Fare introduced the exciting and innovative new Community Graft project which is all about preserving our food heritage and supporting food security by preventing the loss of existing food and fruit trees and establishing new urban orchards. In the process, the project will foster the intergenerational and intercultural transfer of food growing knowledge and skills. Free grafting workshops have already been held in March and April this year to create a community of ready ‘grafters’.
To find out more and to get involved, contact

Links to the presentations from the event are provided below:

Local Food Network Presentation 4 April 2019

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Free Composting Workshop!

Brunswick Neighbourhood House Community Garden has upgraded its composting facilities!

To celebrate, Brunswick Neighbourhood House is delivering a FREE composting workshop on Saturday 11th May, as part of our celebrations for Neighbourhood House Week.

This workshop will be delivered by composting enthusiast Anna Sonogan.

In this super exciting workshop you will learn:

  • How composting works, including the difference between hot and cold compost
  • How to balance your compost with the correct ratios of carbon and nitrogen
  • All about the improvements made to the BNH Community Garden composting system
  • Handy tips for composting at home

Where: Brunswick Neighbourhood House Community Garden, Rear of 43A De Carle St Brunswick

When: Saturday 11th May, 9:30am-11am

Cost: Free, but please book.

Contact Brunswick Neighbourhood House on 9386 9418 or email

Many thanks to 3000 Acres for providing funds to upgrade the BNH Community Garden Composting Facilities!

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