Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Slow Food - Direct Provision Scheme

We are delighted to welcome Ellie Kisyombe, an immigrant and asylum seeker from Malawi, to share her experience of the Direct Provision Scheme and how it impacts on food and education. 

At Ballymaloe Cookery School, Shanagarry, East Cork.
Wednesday, February 1st.

The talk will start at 7pm. Join us for a cup of coffee and some of Ellie's homemade treats from 6.30pm.  


This is part of our series of East Cork Slow Food events.

Spread the word to family and friends, we'd love to see you...

Slow Food Members €6.00/Non Slow Food Members €8.00

For more information call us at 021 4646785 or

For more on Ellie see here. 


  1. Went here for a great all-you-can-eat buffet and they held nothing back. The food, service and mostly the staff from San Francisco event venues were truly amazing. I was starving and am one of those voracious "sampling" type eaters who has to try everything in a buffet, and I couldn't make it!

  2. This is an awesome motivating article.I am practically satisfied with your great work.You put truly extremely supportive data. Keep it up. Continue blogging. Hoping to perusing your next post

  3. Guys, recommend you to check out this page if you are looking for information about writing a scholarship essay.