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Sustainable Food Cities Network Support: what next?

We want to provide an opportunity for member cities to help shape the development of Network Support for Phase 2. To this end Food Matters will be organising a series of half day workshops in early February 2017. We want to ensure the workshops are as accessible as possible so please let us know where you would like to see them take place and if you would be interested in hosting one.

Peas Please - Take part in the Urban Veg workshop

We are co-organising a workshop with Food Cardiff as part of the Peas Please campaign. The workshop will take place on the 10th February 10am-1pm. We will be looking at addressing the challenge of more 'Urban Veg' production and consumption.

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Food Matters
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