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Local partners

We are working with partner organisations across the UK who are as passionate about bringing communities together over food as we are.

 

Together we will use our shared knowledge and experience to bring Food for Life Get Togethers to people of all ages and backgrounds. Find out more about our local partners below, listed by region.

Wales

  • Illustration for ACE in Cardiff and Vale

    ACE

    ACE finds a range of creative ways to nurture community assets, connecting them in new ways and putting them to work to tackle local issues and challenges. Their activities will include delivering cooking and growing projects for all ages.
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  • Illustration for Groundwork in Aneurin Bevan

    Groundwork

    Groundwork are creating a society of sustainable communities which are vibrant, healthy and safe, which respect the local and global environment and where individuals and enterprise prosper. They will be supporting 65 Get Togethers focussed on growing, cooking and healthy eating.
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  • Illustration for DVSC in Betsi Cadwaladr

    DVSC

    DVSC have recently taken over the local community Market Hall in Ruthin. They plan to host a series of community feasts and a festival of food which celebrates the local food economy, as well as running a pop up food hall, hosting cookery celebrations and workshops on healthy eating.
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Scotland

Northern Ireland

  • Illustration for An Tobar CIC in South Armagh

    An Tobar CIC

    An Tobar CIC, a social enterprise in rural South Armagh provides nature based health and wellbeing interventions for people of all ages and abilities. Through a 20-week intergenerational Grow, Cook & Eat programme and community Get Togethers they aim to increase confidence and build self-esteem and social skills within the community.
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  • Illustration for Spa Nursing Home in Belfast and Ballynahinch

    Spa Nursing Homes

    Spa Nursing Homes provided residential and nursing care for residents in Belfast and Ballynahinch.  With socially distancing measures in place they aim to build an intergeneration community around four of their sites, working in partnership with community organisations, young people and families to develop community food growing, gardens and orchard, cooking and sharing food activities.
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Midlands

  • Illustration for Active Wellbeing Society in Birmingham

    The Active Wellbeing Society

    The Active Wellbeing Society aim to bring people together to take part in fun, free activities that will help them to feel a sense of belonging and community. They will run weekly workshops across their community kitchens to bring together young people, older adults and young families.
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