A few posts back we mentioned that ITV West had come and asked us some questions and filmed some of the food prep ahead of our 2nd Birthday with Arthur Potts-Dawson and how we were devastated not to be able to show you the clip because it was only given 24 hours on ITV player…..
Well, we now have the pleasure to say that the kind people at ITV West have done us the service, against all their normal procedures, of sending us their beautiful feature so that we can watch it to our heart’s content.
It captures the issues really well, and features bits of our very own video that we made about FoodCycle in Bristol. Have a watch!
On Wednesday (4/4), FoodCycle Bristol joined the Bristol Equality Trust at an Avon Organic Group – a group of local organic minded growers – for a (pleasingly longer than expected!) discussion of the impact of inequality and food poverty in the UK and beyond.
The Avon Organic Group in action
Both Bristol Equality Trust and Bristol FoodCycle presented for twenty minutes each on the impacts of food poverty and inequality. FoodCycle also revealed some of the most shocking facts it could dig out on food waste (40-60% of all fish caught being chucked caused a stir…) to get people thinking about why it might be happening and how it could be addressed.
Avon Organic Group member James Bond (off duty, we imagine)
Finally groups broke out to discuss how Avon Organics could help prevent food waste, how FoodCycle could contribute to the upcoming Feeding the 5000 event in Bristol and if Kerry McCarthy’s new Food Waste Bill can be an answer to the food waste epidemic.
Bristol FoodCycle was surprised to find two hours had flashed by, a good sign for all involved.
Many thanks to Avon Organics for inviting us along!