Some Other Local Food Initiatives In The Southwest

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Project Food, Axminster A charity set up to help people, especially those who are vulnerable, disadvantaged and isolated, to cook delicious healthy food for themselves and their families, so that they enjoy better physical and mental health. Activities include cookery demonstrations and one to one cooking lessons, help and information on diet and nutrition, and selling a wide range of home cooked ready meals as well as some deliveries.
Contact: email, telephone: 01297 631782

Jurassic Coast Delivers (JCDRecently launched site to provide a repository of local businesses who now deliver and provide online services in the Lyme Regis and surrounding area, creating a directory that enables us to easily see who is delivering what, where and when.
Contact: email, telephone: 07983 167031

Tamar Grow Local TGL is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company which runs educational programmes, promotes community engagement around local good food, and has an online shop to support sustainable local produce across the Tamar Valley.

Food Exeter Seeks lasting change to our local food system by tackling the issues of food poverty, diet-related ill health, food waste and unsustainable farming practices.

In My Backyard A friendly East Devon network of independent, small-scale food producers, wholefood suppliers and residents working together to build a more resilient, nourishing and community-centred food system for the local area.

Totnes Ten Shouting about all the amazing local food in and around Totnes, and bringing it to you on a plate through fun events and projects.

Community Growing

Lyme Garden Growers

Underlanche Community Farm, Transition Town Dorchester has farm work days, a polytunnel, fruit trees, a pond, geese etc. Anyone can join and their main aim is to get together to explore ways of living more sustainably and building a community, through sharing growing space, tools, knowledge, ideas and work, and harvesting produce.

Tumbledown Community Farm, Weymouth

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