Speakers: Camilla & Nick Barnard, founders of Rude Health

To be in rude health means that you are up for life and bursting with energy.

Camilla and Nick Barnard co-founded Rude Health in 2005. Their company has become renowned for its innovative, delicious and nourishing foods and drinks, winning scores of awards for taste and ethical standards.

Their focus is on the enjoyment of food and promoting positive eating in the holistic sense. They’re not prescriptive about following any diets. They make foods that cater to all different needs, and their range is about quality and choice. They think food should be made out of food – not thickeners, preservatives, colourings, flavourings and other additives. They source their ingredients from fields, orchards and vines – not laboratories. If they’ve put something in because it’s because it tastes amazing.

About the speakers:

Nick Barnard is the inspiration behind the Rude Health rants, and is well-known for his infectious enthusiasm for traditional food and drinks. In 2013 he was crowned World Speciality Porridge Champion, and continues his quest for the Golden Spurtle. In 2016, he released his first cookbook, Eat Right, an inspirational an upbeat celebration of positive eating which has won acclaim from food writers and chefs across the UK.

Camilla Barnard is the creative brain behind the business’s marketing and brand development and is on a mission to inspire everyone to be in rude health through redefining what it means to eat well. Camilla readily takes a mic, be it at food festivals or debate panels and contributes monthly to The Grocer, in an opinion column titled Stay Brilliant.


About Supper & Conversations at Trill:

Supper & conversations provide an opportunity to enjoy an inspiring talk followed by a convivial supper, sharing ideas and evolving positive ways forward.

Speakers include writers, innovators, critics, political agitators and environmentalists, and aim to be informative, to stimulate thinking, to make us laugh and to amaze us. 

The suppers are inspired by the content of the talk and from the seasonal abundance of the farm. We don't sell alcohol, please feel free to BYO (£3 corkage per person).


Event times: 6pm for a 6.30 start.