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Whether you’re looking at getting people in your community together to grow, cook and share food for the first time, or you’re an experienced activist looking to put a fresh spin on your activities, we have got you covered.

This is where you’ll find everything you need for growing, cooking and sharing good food, as well as funding for your activity, inspiring stories from people like you, support from our teams and activity ideas for all ages and abilities. 

“The support from Food for Life [Get Togethers] gave me confidence to embark on changing our food culture and the ambition to get our whole team on board.”

Carl Stevenson, Care Home Manager, Summerfield House

  1. Child smiling in a greenhouse


    We’ve put together lots of innovative ideas for community growing in spaces of all shapes and sizes!

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  2. A cooking skills class with children


    Check out our good food recipes, food activity ideas and nutritional tips for budget friendly healthy eating.

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  3. An older women and two younger people in school uniform chatting in a garden


    From ice breaker activities to posters to promote your activity, find everything you need to spread the word and get people involved.

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  4. Serc catering team supplying hot cook meals to the community


    Find out about funding opportunities in your area and hands-on support from our local teams.

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Read about how people like you have been transforming their communities one food-based activity at a time.

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Washingborough Academy didn't want lockdown to stop their connection with their community, so their school kitchen served hot meals to the elderly in their community - and set up a lunchtime call with pupils!

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