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Summer 2016: Newsletter #9
This is the last of our quarterly released newsletter, where we highlight the latest news from the project, inform you about activities which are running and coming soon, and give you an insight into the 'behind the scenes' work. We hope you enjoy reading it.

“A public house is a public home, so be a part of it.”

In our five parts blog series about the London Local Pubs: Past and Present ebook, you can get a glimpse behind the scenes of its creation: Explore the National Brewery Heritage Trust Collection, learn more about reuse of digital cultural heritage through the eyes of ‘traditional’ publishing, get tipps for self-publishing or follow the interview with ebook author Adrian Tierney-Jones, well-known British pub and beer writer.

We are near to 70,000 images uploaded on Europeana through our project! Get a taste of our delectable content
Final All Partners Meeting
Budapest, 6th-7th March 2016

For the fourth and final Plenary Meeting, all partners of Europeana Food and Drink gathered in the heart of Europe, in Budapest.  The Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism (MKVM), culture sector partner within the project, welcomed participants with warm Hungarian hospitality and of course, culinary heritage and culture.

As the project officially terminates end of June 2016, a recap, lessons learned and ideas to maximise the legacy of the project, but also organisational matters were the main focus for the two days.
Read all on the final meeting here.

Europeana Food and Drink Trails: Walking along Europe's culinary history
Following London's Tea Trail with stories of tea in a variety of fascinating London places, there is more culinary heritage to explore all over Europe:  Have a look at and follow paths of London Local Pubs in the UK, EatSweet Budapest in Hungary, Attica Wine Trail in Greece and “Der Kunde ist Kaiser” as well as “Deftig durch den 1.Bezirk” in Vienna, Austria.  
This was Europeana Food and Drink

After 30 Months, Europeana Food and Drink Project has come to an end. The project brought together 28 organisations from the Cultural Heritage sector, Creative Industries and Technical partners in 16 European countries to promote the wider re-use of digital cultural resources and bring Europe's food and drink heritage to life.

You can see what we have achieved on our website.

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