Join the RIBA Oxfordshire branch as they visit Timothy Tasker Architects' RIBA South regional award-winning building FarmED in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
FarmED is a not-for-profit organisation based at Honeydale Farm, a diverse 107-acre mixed farm in the Cotswolds. Central to FarmED are three beautiful eco-buildings designed by Timothy Tasker Architects, that include a multifunctional educational, meeting and conference space, and a farm-to-fork kitchen and demonstration area.
These buildings are highly energy efficient and have been built using sustainable methods so as to work alongside the FarmED organisation's mission as a demonstration operation to promote regenerative farming techniques to combat climate change, as well as educating communities about sustainable farming methods.
Please aim to arrive at 12pm for lunch from the FarmED's delicious and nutritious menu featuring seasonal produce from the farm and local producers. Lunch is included with your event ticket.
This will then be followed by a building tour and talk of the FarmED complex by Timothy Tasker at around 1.15pm with the event finishing by 3pm.
FarmED is accessible via car or public transport and parking is available on-site. Visit the FarmED website to plan your journey.
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