- Leona Williamson of St Werburghs City Farm Café in Bristol wins The Guardian's outstanding ethical achievement award for its piggy proximity. 31 March"People are missing out. As the old orchards disappear, so does the biodiversity of the flowers and the insects. Our aim is to raise awareness about these heritage cherries."- Fed up of bland cherry tarts? Henrietta Green says tasty older cherry varieties, such as Merton Glory, are dying out as farmers and retailers opt for tasteless modern variants. Daily Mail, 31 March
04 April, 2008
"One of my aspirations was to source as much local food as we can. We are looking into a sty containing four happy, fat Gloucester Old Spot piglets, just across the road from the café where their meat will eventually be served."