Food and Farming Day 2014 Exhibitors List

Food and Farming Day 2014 Exhibitors List

 NameDescription
ab agriAB AgriFeed and animal products, activities relating to feed input, meat/milk output. Animal product quiz and fun facts.
Albert_Bartlett_LogoAlbert BartlettExploring the story of the potato farm: field to folk. Talk to potato farmers and look at modern machinery and displays.
potato councilAMDB Potato CountilChildren are invited to interact with the promotional vehicle to learn all about potatoes, how they are grown and how they can fit into a healthy diet. The unit has a small kitchen where we will be cooking and sampling local potatoes.
close upAMEY Enterprise PeterboroughTrailer with recycling information, recycling activities with hungry Henry and/or Recycling Rita.
Anglian WaterFind out more about our world of water. Fun activities to make your school gardens water natural and water in our environment.
arla-200x200Arla Foods LtdA talk about the dairy farming sector.
redtractorlogo_smallAssured Foods StandardsAn introduction to Red Tractor - shopping basket activity with worksheets.
pigBalsham PigsA pig display, 3 breeds. (White, Hampshire and Gloucester Old Spot)
563495_265131480244397_839975860_nBar Pasture StablesA pony display - children can brush and touch ponies.
Bee Farmers AssociationTel 01733 243349
1005110_418851531569186_40168173_nBritish Mule SocietyBMS will be bringing a live mule with lots of information and posters. Will also have boards on the uses, origin and general information on mules.
cambsCambridgeshire Catering ServiceDemonstration on how to make bread and have a try at making bread rolls.
coopCentral England Co-operativeLocal food tasting and community involvement.
cjsCJs Birds of Prey12 Birds of prey including an eagle, owls, hawks and falcons.
corkersCorkers CrispsQuintessentially British, our crisps are made from delicious natural potatoes grown in the rich fenland soil of Cambridgeshire.
cornerwaysCornerways NurserySample fresh tomatoes and explanation of how they are grown.
The Country TrustFood Discovery project 'taster' activity - couscous salad tasting then planting seeds in pots.
caCountryside AllianceHow and why the countryside works - where food comes from.
The Dog House Training Academy"Amazing dogs" - clicker training: don't scare the dog; do you love the dog?. Bite prevention and safety
English Mustard Growers Limited07979 384728
Enterprise PeterboroughTrailer with recycling information, recycling activities with hungry Henry and or Recycling Rita.
eprEPR Ely Ltd (Powerstation)Literature of powerstation, information, promotional gifts, and slideshow.
FACE logoFACE - Farming and Countryside EducationFrom Crop to Cake - illustrating farm produced crops that are used to bake a cake; wheat to flour, sugar beet for sugar, hens for eggs, oil seed rape for baking margarine, flavourings such as lemon or chocolate and a cake recipe. Visitors will receive a quiz and a cup cake recipe.
farriers-in-kentFarriery DemonstrationA farrier is a specialist in equine hoof care, including the trimming and balancing of horses' hooves, if necessary. A farrier
fflpFood for life Partnership - Soil AssociationExplaining how FFLP can enable schools and communities to understand where food comes from and develop cooking and growing skills - come and test your knowledge by trying out our quiz!
Froglife Become a newt and learn all about how the UKs native newts live in our 'newt world'
gsG's Fresh BeetrootG's will be offering a fantastic opportunity for children to learn about the different products that G's grow, produce and pack. They will be able to get up close and personal with everyday foods as well as getting an insight into what they can use these products for.
downloadGrimme Kleine (Sugar Beet)A multimedia exhibit showing sugar beet harvest.
wildlife 2The Great Fen (The Wildlife Trust)Willow weaving activities and wildlife crafts.
The Happy Chick CompanyA chance to see incubator/eggs and two brooder boxes with live chicks.
healthy ambHealthy AmbitionsInformation on a healthy breakfast and snacks.
veg artJane Tate's Veg ArtVeg art - children make monsters with vegetables, googly eyes and cocktail sticks.
jfbJFB Ivens and PartnersFruit Canes.
JICJohn Innes CentreWhich part of the plant do we eat? Various plants will be on display and you will have to identify if we eat the flower, stem, root, leaves, seeds, bulbs or tubers. Do you know your seeds? Try and identify common crop plant seeds.
Ladies in PigsLadies in Pigs educates and cooks pork recipes giving out tasters and recipes to promote the Red Tractor
munnsL & AE Munns and SonShowing how rapeseeds come from the field and finish up in a bottle of oil. Displays and pressing machine.
local gen ltdLocal Generation LtdAvoid sending food waste to landfill so that the Methane Gas supplies a generator which supplies electricity to the grid. Furthermore a by-product called Digestate is then used by farmers as a nutrient rich soil improver.
Marriage's The Master MillersInteractive exhibit for children to learn about where their everyday breakfast food comes from.
monachMonach FarmAnimals and an interactive display.
moorMoor Farm MeatsDemonstration on how local British beef can be made into a healthy beef burger and ingredients used. Beef sourced locally from Peterborough.
muntonsMuntons PlcTo introduce children to the malting process and explain how locally grown barley is used to make malt and malted ingredients for the food and drink industries.
National Gamekeepers Organisation Educational TrustA display featuring the role of the Gamekeeper in Countryside Convservation
hedgeNational Hedge Laying SocietyTo give an insight to the art of hedgelaying with an artifical hedge and live demo.
network railNetwork RailSafety and the consequences of taking shortcuts or carrying out acts of violence on Britain's railways.
NFU MutualNFU Roadshow
organic reOrganic Recycling LtdHow and what can be composted and where the compost can be used in the garden.
parrisParrish's FarmA display of bird feed products and seeds. Will show seed and plant where they come from. Which birds eat what. New- Popcorn - where it comes from and 'tasters'.
petcPECT Peterborough Environment City TrustLive demo of green wood working
bekeepersPeterborough and District Beekeepers AssociationBeekeeping and beehive products.
pccPeterborough City CouncilFood for Life project and activity focusing on embedding cooking skills and growing projects, to reconnect children and their families with where their food comes from. The public health team will also provide Change4Life resources.
ramseyRamsey Rural MuseumDisplay of agricultural machinery particularly horse drawn.
raptorRaptor FoundationA static display of owls, hawks, and falcons.
rand farmRand Farm ParkDonkey and foal, sheep, rabbits and guinea pigs, incubator and breeder with day old chicks.
reusefulReuseful UKCollaborative Reuse activity and making of bunting.
rspcaRSPCAA time-challenge activity at the table, which introduces young people to the basic needs of farm animals and encourages them to consider what animals do for us.
Rutland OrganicsTurkeys - different breeds. Adults, young stock and eggs.
downloadSacrewell Farm and Country CentreSmaller animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and mice. Talk with our rangers to find out about how we look after them and what you expect to visit at Sacrewell.
The Sheep ShowA live stage show about sheep and sheering. Meet Nobby the Norfolk Horn, Susie Southdown and their 7 woolly friends. Great mix of education and entertainment.
shuttleworthShuttleworth CollegeCattle and calves for demonstration of handling to the children.
Snailz & SpecialitiesHands on experience and education with snails and stick insects of various types.
stamfoStamford Cheese CellarWhole cheese, cheese samples and a talk about handmade artisan cheeses.
stylesStyles Farmhouse Ice Cream LtdIce cream, lollies, soft drinks, water and soft ice cream.
suffolkSuffolk MushroomsInteractive mushroom compost buckets.
uk power networksUK Power NetworksOur large interactive stands emphasises that electricity is safe and very useful but it can also be dangerous if not used properly and safely. Through the use of jigsaws, puzzles and our interactive substation we cover how electricity gets to the home and how to stay safe around the electricity network. We will deliver the important safety messages such as Look Up and Around when fishing, camping and kite flying and what to do if you lose anything in or on an electricity substation.
waldburgWaldburg ShiresShire Horses display, demonstrating the history of the working horse.
woburn country foodsWoburn Country FoodsSausage making demonstration.
wood greenWood Green, The Animals CharityCorrect diet for pets and making feeding time fun. Growing your own food to feed your pets.