Bristol’s first seed library was launched in Bishopston Library on 22 March. We hear from organiser Emma Lewins about how…Link
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Bristol Going for Gold was launched in 2019, joining together individuals, organisations and policymakers behind a shared ambition of making Bristol a Gold Sustainable Food City by the end of 2020. As a city, we would achieve this through better interconnectivity in our food community and by giving each and every person in Bristol the inspiration and knowledge needed to be part of a food system that’s good for people, planet and our city. Read more about how you can get involved and take action here.
Though this vision for Bristol’s food system remains unchanged, the food landscape everywhere has altered drastically in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more about how Bristol Going for Gold is responding, and how you can be part of a resilient food community.
For information and resources on the citywide response to COVID-19 through food, visit our partner website, Bristol Food Network.
Bristol has officially been awarded the status of Gold Sustainable Food City, recognising the positive work undertaken across the city’s…Link
The Partnership is excited to announce the launch of Bristol Bites Back Better, a new campaign that gives people the…Link
In our latest Green Recovery Insights blog, Joy Carey of Bristol Food Network highlights the importance of creating a more…Link
Joy Carey, a director of Bristol Green Capital Partnership and Bristol Food Network, addresses what a resilient food system could…Link
The team behind Bristol's bid to be a Gold Sustainable Food City, including Bristol Green Capital Partnership, has launched #BristolFoodKind,…Link
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