Events with our local partners
We're excited to work with our partner organisations to bring you a series of events, sharing our knowledge, inspiration and ideas about connecting communities through food.
Keep an eye on this page for our upcoming events and how to register. We'll also be sharing recordings of the events so you don't miss out!
Watch Previous Network Events
We've saved our online webinars here so you can watch them back.
'What Do You Put In Your Mouth?’ Engaging young people with good food
Food for Life Get Togethers teamed up with Hull Food Partnership, The Warren and Rooted in Hull to bring you an inspirational tool kit and reflections on initiatives that have helped young people explore their relationship with food.
Developing a Green and Growing Network
A virtual event led by our local partner, Incredible Education, on the lived experiences of starting a Green & Growing Group for a local community.
Eating Well From Birth: Good food work with early years, children and families
Our local partners in Stoke, B arts and Stoke-On-Trent Mother's Support Network discuss good food work with early years, children and families. They've shared ideas for activities to support families and young children to eat well.
Creating Edible Hanging Baskets for Plant and Share Month
In this session, Groundwork Wales show us how to create edible hanging baskets. This virtual event is as part of Plant and Share Month, a Food for Life Get Togethers campaign to get the nation growing.
Putting Dignity on the Menu - Belville Garden Community Trust
Belville Garden Community Trust lead an interactive discussion on the importance of dignity principles in community food distribution and a guide to establishing dignity policies.
Mother Nature: Her Mechanisms and Magic - An Tobar
Join An Tobar CIC in an exploration of their work with schools (both primary and secondary) and young people to engage, educate and inspire around nature's mechanisms and magic.
Stronger Communities through Good Food - ACE
In this online session, our local partner, ACE, are exploring how community food projects (Cafe Barr and Dusty Forge Community Pantry) have built stronger communities in the two most deprived areas of Cardiff.
Cooking for your community: a recipe for success - TAWS
Are you passionate about cooking and about your community? Have you ever wanted to start up a community kitchen, meal or café session? Watch this session with The Active Wellbeing Society and be guided through your first steps to realise this.