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Community has always been the driving force behind FBC, taking place the 5th, 6th, and 7th of July in London, with people coming together from all over the world. While, over the years, it has been amazing to see familiar faces and old friends, it’s also wonderful to welcome new bloggers to the party – people we might know from behind a computer screen but have never met in person or those fresh to the blogosphere, just starting their journey.
In the past, one of the nicest and most intimate ways we have of connecting has been our couch surfing scheme. I mean, there’s no point beating around the (Shepherd’s) bush – London isn’t exactly the cheapest place to find accommodation. As such, each year many attendees based in the buzzing metropolis we call home have opened their hearts and their pull-out sofas to those making the journey from far and wide.
While it may seem intimidating to welcome a ‘stranger’ into your house or vice versa, by and large, food bloggers are a pretty friendly bunch – so, if you have the space or you’re looking for a place to lay your lonely head, then get in touch by commenting below to connect with one another!
It’s a great way to meet like-minded people, enjoy a few glasses of the good stuff during some post-conference downtime and, if you’re lucky, you might even get to experience some of that delicious food you’ve been salivating over online!
And, if you don’t believe us, read Sarka’s story – it’s enough to warm the cockle of our hearts on a cold March evening!