Last night was the first Student Restaurant of the year. And what an incredible night of scum-diddily-umptious culinary delights, some sweet sweet jazz, inspiring talks, organised chaotic running around and fun! As we started setting up at 4:30pm already the kitchen were in full swing. Piles of vibrant fruit and veg covered every surface, the…… Continue reading A whole loada FoodCycle fun at our first Student Restaurant of the year!
On a wet October Sunday, a bunch of green fingered friends gathered to kick start FoodCycle Bristol’s new community project: the Easton Community Centre garden. The group was made up of a mixture of FoodCycle managers, volunteers and our community partner Matt from the Avon Wildlife Trust. Before we started, the garden was disguised by…… Continue reading First steps towards our community garden!
Originally published on Bristol Green Capital Blog – 19th September 2013 http://bristolgreencapital.org/latest/2013/09/the-sustainable-food-cities-network-why-food-is-such-a-problem/ The Sustainable Food Cities Network has been created to use food to address social, economic and environmental issues. Looking at why making food production and consumption sustainable is an essential part of food solution. Bristol is now part of this nationwide network. I’m sitting…… Continue reading The Sustainable Food Cities Network – why food is such a problem