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Wise Traditions London 2011

PROGRAM | Venue | FREE 2010 Videos | Fliers & web banners 

Saturday March 26th, 2011 -- CLICK HERE to PURCHASE TICKETS Kensington Events Centre, London WORLD RENOWNED SPEAKERS

Kaayla Daniels Phd CCN -- Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride MD -- Dr Malcolm Kendrick MD -- Jerry Brunetti -- Barry Groves Phd -- Sir Julian Rose -- Zoë Harcombe -- Graham Harvey


+ Exclusive Preview of "The Moo Man", a fly on the wall movie about Hook & Son's organic dairy that sells raw milk cream and butter nationwide. FREE FOOD included with ticket, breakfast, lunch & evening sandwiches. Stalls, selling real food, raw milk, and more.

CLICK HERE for more info and to buy tickets. Save £10 with advance purchase.

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  • Jane M.

    @lorna: mould on the sourdough? I doubt it - they can get a bit fuzzy and certainly smell rank but certainly it does not go bad in a day. If you are ever uncertain, pop it in the fridge.

    March 30, 2011

  • Jane M.

    I loved the conference and thought Phil was poised and gracious throughout so well done him. The speakers were interesting and the delegates too. I have posted the story of baking the bread (and photos) here. Thank you Phil for inviting me to bake it and to have a stand at the conference.

    March 30, 2011

  • Halina H.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the conference - thank you to everyone! I wonder how we could make it more mainstream? Maybe we could get more well-known people to come? Or perhaps people such as Dr Briffa? Someone with a daily column in a broadsheet...? I find that most people I talk to about this just assume we all follow the Atkins diet! Educate, educate!

    March 29, 2011

  • Philip R.

    Thank you for the feedback regarding Q&A. Most of the speakers do not get so many opportunities to express themselves to such receptive audiences so, were given the option of Q&A, but struggled to get all the info into the time allotted and chose to not do Q&A. Kaayla did do Q&A and stayed till about 10.30 to answer questions. Indeed, a Q&A session was tried last year and was good. The discussions at The Moo Man provided some interaction, which was great also.

    March 28, 2011

  • Campbell-McBride

    Philip, I am sure I speak for all the presenters and exhibitors when I say a big thank you to you and your team for a job superbly done. The best presenters in the world are only as good as the team that supports them on the day and you did that so well. You realise that next year has now got to be bigger and better, the price of success.
    Best wishes
    Peter & Natasha

    March 27, 2011

  • Colin

    I would echo the point that there should be Q&As -but don't forget these are people who have put themselves 'out on a limb' -against the mainstream - we need to be incredibly supportive of them at this time - to start being critical of them will just kill the whole thing off. Having said that I've personally have nothing to criticise, it all makes sense to me.



    March 27, 2011

  • Laurent L.

    Very high quality of speakers, good food, smooth organization, great stalls - perfect!

    March 27, 2011

  • Sarah H.

    It was my first Wise Traditions Conference, and thought it was brilliant! Very well organised, great food and very good, knowledgeable speakers! Will Definitely go next year!

    March 27, 2011

  • Jill S.

    It was a wonderful day. Very well organised. To run an event like this, takes a lot of time, constant worry and effort, months prior to the actual day . I hope everyone appreciated the day, as I did. At these events, there is always so much to learn and wonderful people to meet . Thank you to Philip and the Team ! Jill

    March 27, 2011

  • Meryam S.

    Hi there, I am very excited about tomorrow, I loved the 2010 Premiere of the London Chapter.
    However, I bought 2 tickets a while ago and now that I am about to print them, I notice that Sally Fallon and Dr Tom Cowen hqve dropped from the speakers' list, why?? :(((

    March 25, 2011

  • Lucy

    Transport information to get to the venue available:

    March 22, 2011

  • Lucy

    For some reason the WAPF site is down! We are on the case!

    If you want to book tickets today click on this link:

    We will be putting more information on WAPF soon. Watch this space.

    March 21, 2011

  • jurie

    Parking at the the Town Hall if any one are interested:
    6-8 hours= £24.00

    March 21, 2011

  • Frances B.

    I'm very excited too! Phil, did you get my form back, and Jacquie's for that matter?

    March 21, 2011

  • Halina H.

    very excited!!

    March 21, 2011

  • Philip R.

    Hi there Ruut. There are comfortable couches in the Council's reception area which should be available. I will also ask the venue about other facilities. Do get in touch directly about the details of your needs.

    March 20, 2011

  • Ruut

    Hi, I have a question. I'm coming from Hastings on a train and it will be a very very long day to me as I have to leave home 6.30am and will be back at home around midnight if I leave at 9pm. Normally I would be fine, but I'm pregnant and suffer from quite bad fatigue. Is there anywhere I can have a rest if (when) I need to during the day as I'm worried about the wellbeing of me and the baby if I am up and about such a long day. Anyway, I'm really excited about coming, I can't wait!!!

    March 20, 2011

  • anne

    This is my first time so glad to be coming along and looking forward to meeting some of you guys.

    March 19, 2011

  • Philip R.

    Hi Lorna. The program went off-line for a short while today, but is back up. Seventh Wave were going to be exhibiting. They are donating celtic sea salt for the buffet but alas, will not be selling salt. However, you can buy from them online.

    March 16, 2011

  • Philip R.

    We had four year olds last year. Its best with two parents because, when they get restless, one can stay whilst the other entertains the kids in the foyer. We will reserve cabaret tables for families so kids can do coloring in and things like that. Cambridge has good connections and you can get straight to the venue from there via the circle line, which is running a circular service.

    March 16, 2011

  • Annette

    Really want to come but trying to figure out if I can make it possible. Do you think I would be crazy trying to come with my 4 year old? We will have to leave very early in the morning from Cambridge to get there in time.

    March 16, 2011

  • Lorna

    I'm having trouble opening the whole programme. Will there be a stall selling sea salt??

    March 16, 2011

  • Suzie W.

    Just bought my ticket :-)

    December 14, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Wow, have you already begun to plan this Phil? Bravo! My hat is off to you. And thank you so much, by the way, for setting up the 2010 UK Conference. It was a blast, very valuable, and my wife and I really appreciated it. We thank you. :-)

    July 21, 2010

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