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Plymouth Local Exchange Trading System (LETS) To continue trading home made and locally produced food items at our regular monthly markets. We would also urge Plymouth City Council to rethink it’s policy on the Plymouth Farmer’s Market. In particular to relocate the market at a better site and persuade many of the traders who no [...]Continue Reading →
University of Plymouth Students Union (UPSU) www.upsu.com have just signed up to the Plymouth Food Charter. They will be promoting and celebrating the food and culinary traditions of all cultures through an international food festival held within the students’ union. Bringing students and community members closer together through food.Continue Reading →
On 20/04/2011 By tlewis
Newquay Fruit Sales Limited are the latest fresh produce supplier to sign up to the Plymouth Food Charter. They pledge to continue to source and deliver high quality fresh produce from local growers and producers. They will do this by developing and broadening their database of established growers.
They will work with Plymouth food [...]
Stiltskin Arts and theatre company will produce and tour a theatre production called about healthy eating and growing your own, around Plymouth primary schools and community groups, called “Alice, Gobblegood & The Secret Gardener”. Stiltskin will be working alongside other organisations such as Routeways, Diggin’It and Food is Fun, to raise awareness of healthy eating [...]Continue Reading →
This Plymouth Food Charter has been developed and is supported by:
Devonport Guildhall; Department of Health; Food for Life Partnership; Federation of City Farms; Groundwork; NHS Plymouth; Plymouth 2020; Plymouth City Council; Plymouth City Market; Tamar Grow Local; Real Ideas Organisation; Soil Association; South West Food and Drink; The Barefoot Partnership Ltd; University of [...]
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