The Big Fridge Challenges at Bridport Food Festival

The Big Fridge Challenges at Bridport Food Festival

Image: Gill Mellor The Big Fridge Challenges in the Love Food Hate Waste tent were fun - chefs Gill Meller, Pam Corbin, Daphne Lambert and Simon Ford each had to open the fridge, which had been stocked with some surplus produce from the Food Glut stall, and then tell...

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Ten Top Tips for reducing food waste

Reducing food waste saves you money while also cutting your carbon footprint. Candida Blaker and Rachel Millson of Bridport Food Matters share their tips to help you reduce waste and keep food fresh. Read more in the online feature in the South West Food Magazine....

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Bridport Farmers’ Market

Bridport Farmers’ Market

Open from 9am-1pm: commencing on Saturday 8 May and then every 3rd Saturday of the month. Barrack Street, Bridport Read more on the Visit Dorset website.

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Event Reports

Bridport Climate Forums Report

Bridport Climate Forum Event Report In-person forum Tuesday 23 November and online forum Wednesday 24 November 2021   1.   Background Over 40 representatives of organisations in Bridport attended two Bridport Climate Forums, held in-person and online in November...

Past Event Reports

Open Veg Gardens: a successful adventure!

Photo: Robert Golden On May 19, Bridport Food Matters ran an Open Veg and Fruit Gardens Afternoon. This was our first in-person event for over a year, and worked out well. Six locations had kindly volunteered as hosts, and we had about forty visitors. We had thanks...

A possible Bridport Food Hub

Seeding our Future: A Possible Bridport Food Hub Round Table with Producers and Retailers Online Discussion - October 20, 2020   Online discussion with retailers and local producers, 20 October 2020, see report here.

Past Events

Practical local climate change responses discussion evening

Practical local climate change responses A briefing and discussion evening, Tuesday 21 September at 7pm United Church, East Street, Bridport, DT6 3LJ There are plenty of practical, positive ways that households and community groups can respond to the increasing...

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