Today at Six Brixton we made the most sales from our Rock Cakes with Rebecca making a whopping £10 in just a few hours. We also made sure the guys from Block Workout had some of the Rock Cakes to replace the energy they burn off during their hard training. Also Mary who lives round the corner took delivery of a brand new table made from recycled wood which was donated from our friends at BFK.
Next week we will do some more and publish the recipe so you at home can have a go. Keep watching this space!
Today at Six Brixton we had some new things to sell on our stall in the way of ROCK CAKES! The recipe has been tweeked at little and we sold 5 batches today. Hopefully word will get around about these ' legends' and we can go into full time production. We might have to join Block workout should the temptation arise to eat too much of our own produce!
Today at Six Brixton we have been taking the juice out of our wormery and bottling it to sell. We have had the wormery a few months now and in that time we have collected the vegatable scraps from the farmers market every sunday and added it to the wormery.
The Tiger worms do all the work, munching on the scraps ( and bits of newspaper) and leaving behind compost and a great liquid which is excellent for plants. We tested some on our plants at Six Brixton and they came up amazingly well.
To sell our juice we created a stand out of the donated wood from our friends at BFK in Farringdon who are working with Crossrail on a huge project.
Once the stand was decorated we were ready to go.
Watch this space for more activities and get composting, its amazing what you can create from scraps.
We recently recieved some materials from our friends at BFK ( BAM Ferrovial Kier). They are building a huge Tunnel under London in conjunction with Crossrail which when opened will make crossing the Capital even quicker. What we got was a treasure trove of differant sized wood which we have sorted out and will soon be making some interesting pieces. We decided to make a Sand Pit for Somerleyton Road out of some of the pieces and decorated it with paint.
Our crew cleaned the wood first before assembling the pieces together. Thanks to Susie, Luis and Mabel at Team BFK and Meekien at Crossrail.
We recently created and painted the ' House Of Knowledge' which was made from old wood pallets and sits at Six Brixton on Somerleyton Road. Helping out were residents who created some artwork and helped organise the books. Also Lambeth Council leader Lib Peck and Councillor Rachel Haywood came along to have a look and take home a painting created by Moses.
The Library is open daily at all times so please bring a book and take a book.