Bridport Food Matters launches plans to create new community food hub
Read the piece in the Bridport Nub news here also in the Bridport and Lyme Regis News here Event report will be published soon!
Cupboard Love Food Bank extra weekly session
Cupboard Love Food Bank Bridport are now holding a second weekly session on Mondays from 5pm-7pm at Bridport Youth and Community Centre, Gundry Lane. This is in addition to the usual session on Wednesday at 11am - 1pm at St Mary's Church. If you would like to...
Warm Hub Sessions
Waste Not Want Not – have your say on its future
Waste Not Want Not are exploring different models for the future of WNWN as a community owned shop and what will best suit all local residents. We feel that organic foods and natural products should be accessible to everyone, for our health and the planets. This is...
More Bridport Schools creating food growing areas
Home in Bridport (Home) and Transition Town Bridport (TTB), who work with edible gardens, have, for several years had a dream of joining up different local schools, and especially within the Minerva Learning Trust During the last year there has been much collaboration...
Bridport Farmers’ Market
Open from 9am-1pm: every 3rd Saturday of the month. Barrack Street, Bridport Read more on the Visit Dorset website.
Every 2nd Saturday of the month.
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...
Bridport Local Food Hub: Concept Proposal
Bridport Local Food Hub: Concept Proposal Start small, think big! See here for our Bridport Local Food Hub discussion document.
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.
Seeding our Future: Round Table Online Discussion
SEEDING OUR FUTURE Round Table Online Discussion: September 23, 2020 Online roundtable discussion for community organisations and consumers, 23 September 2020, see report here.
Bridport Local Food Group AGM – 24 November
Bridport Local Food Group's Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 24th November at 6.30pm in Bridport Town Hall. The group are also looking for committed, enthusiastic and skilled individuals to join their Steering Committee to take on a number of key roles...
Making the Best of What’s Left: watch chef Giles, and Get Your Free Tasty Takeaway, 23 September
BRIDPORT FOOD MATTERS presents, as part of Big Green Week 18th - 26th September 2021: MAKING THE BEST OF WHAT’S LEFT! On Thursday 23rd September from 11.30 am in St Swithun’s Church car park, Bridport DT6 5DU...
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...
MELPLASH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY – Summer Homecrafts & Horticulture Show 26 August 2021
The Society is delighted to announce that it is hosting a Summer Homecrafts and Horticulture show with lots of classes for flowers, fruit, vegetables, cookery, preserves, photography, handicrafts and much more! There are lots of classes for both adults and children to...