It is easy to feel that climate change is such a large problem that our actions won’t count. In fact, facing this crisis depends on actions we can all take, as well as responses from governments.
If you would like to get involved with matters relating to Bridport Food, such as becoming an Allotment Ambassador, supporting the food glut and surplus stall projects, or volunteering with community initiatives and Bridport Food Matters partners, we would love to hear from you.
Find out what inspired Sarah to become involved in food, which has led her to participate in several of the important community-driven local food projects in Bridport – from the primary schools, to the glut stall and the food festival, with her passion for education, climate change, health and poverty alleviation.
This website aims to provide you with information on all aspects of food matters in Bridport: just scan through the sections below and follow the links.
Bridport has a vibrant food economy, with brilliant producers, retailers and caterers, but there’s a lot we can do to increase food security locally, and reduce the impacts of climate change, shrinking budgets and more. Please share your views via the Facebook Group, participate in events, and sign up for our newsletters.
With thanks to support from Bridport Town Council’s Climate and Ecological Emergency Committee towards the creation and maintenance of this website.
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We had an inspiring afternoon with a room full of community groups, local authority reps, and support organisations etc. hearing stories from the Allotments in Skilling, the Edible Gardens in Primary schools, We Dig No Dig, the Cowshed Social Prescribing allotment,...
We had a great evening hosting Hugh, Frome Food Network's Co-ordinator, and Becky - Edventure Frome's Future Shed Co-ordinator. They have the benefit of a substantial Lottery Climate fund grant for Green and Healthy Spaces, which is a partnership between Edventure,...
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