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Latest news

Ofsted recognises healthy eating in new Common Inspection Framework - 06/07/2015
Under the new framework and associated school inspection handbook published on the 15th of June, sc...

Our Urban Shop Grant Funding now open - 06/07/2015
Are you looking to create a community-owned shop but need business advice and funding to get you st...

A warm welcome to Shruti Jain, Sustainable Places Development Manager in Scotland - 03/07/2015
A warm welcome to Shruti Jain, who recently took up post as Food for Life Scotland Development Mana...

Good Food for All discussed at the Heart of Welsh Government - 03/07/2015
On June 24th Professor Kevin Morgan, a member of the Sustainable Food Cities Expert Group and a lea...

Upcoming events

KIN 2015: the first vegetarian event of its kind - 11/07/2015
This summer’s most thought-provoking event, hosted by Tom Heap (BBC Countryfile), examines the choi...

Royal Greenwich Summer Feast and launch of farmers' market - 11/07/2015
On Saturday 11 July, two events focused on good food come to Woolwich town centre. The Royal Greenw...

Get Connected for Urban Food Fortnight - 15/07/2015
It’s time for London-based food growers, small batch producers, retailers and eatery-ers to make co...

Growing Together - Enterprising Ideas - 16/07/2015
Book your FREE place now for a day of enterprising ideas to help you make your growing project more...

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Food Matters
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