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From 2014 we’re challenging cities in the network to take action to improve procurement in their city.

 Our Sustainable Fish Cities campaign is a great first step to doing wider work around procurement. Whether you’re getting involved in the fish campaign or not, we want to help you. 

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Success for Lambeth Food Partnership - 21/08/2014
Lambeth FP was one of the founding members of the Sustainable Food Cities network and has recently b...

Belfast achieves its first Sustainable Fish Star - 21/08/2014
Belfast has taken the first step towards becoming a Sustainable Fish City, by achieving its first s...

Food for Real Film Festival:call for submissions - 18/08/2014
Food for Real Film Festival in Liverpool is the UK’s film festival focused on urban food. Designed ...

Should we be eating less meat? - 13/08/2014
Should we be eating less meat? What should we be doing to make our diets more sustainable? Join us ...

Upcoming events

Peterborough: Free Food Growing Workshops - 20/08/2014
W ant to grow and enjoy your own organic food, but don’t know where to start? Peterborough Environm...

Liverpool: People's Picnic - 24/08/2014
The People’s Picnic @ St James’s Gardens (Beneath the Anglican Cathedral) Sunday 24 th August from ...

Peterborough:Love Local at the Overground Arts Jam - 30/08/2014
Join Love Local at The Green Backyard’s annual Overground Arts Jam . Love Local, a project run by P...

Get involved in Edible Gardens Open Day 2014 - 20/09/2014
The Big Dig network is holding a community gardens open day on 20th September. It’s an opportunity f...

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