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Meg realises there's a feeling amongst home cooks that the Raised Pie is a sort of holy grail of pastry making. She is going to suggest we push that myth away and just get on and have a go at what, after all, is the sort of food our grandmothers would have made with the simple ingredients that were around them.
Although it's hard to imagine today, the area around Cripplegate Park in St John's was once a hive of industrial activity. Many local people will remember the huge electricity works that stood at one end of the park. A little further round and further back in time, there was a row of terraced houses, long-since demolished, in an area that was once the site of a factory manufacturing pipes for smoking tobacco.
Once a month, folk music lovers gather for an evening of performance in the Cart House at The Fold in Bransford. All kinds of folk music and song is encouraged along with poetry and spoken word performance. The Folk Club is run by Eric and Eileen Payne, and here, Eileen tells us more.