Healthy Goals; Evaluation; Community Gardens; a Focus on Mental Health
In 2006 Community Food and Health (Scotland) produced ‘Minding Their Own Business’, an introduction to business and social enterprise for organisations supporting local communities tackling inequalities in diet and health. Minding Their Own Business Too is a companion to this toolkit. In response to suggestions from people involved in community food and health work, it »
Guide to encourage those working at community level to explore the potential of new ways of working and to enable those who want to follow the social enterprise route to get all the assistance they require. Considers potential pitfalls and constraints and gives advice and information
Minding Their Own Business is an introductory guide to business and social enterprise produced by SCDP for community food initiatives. This is a brief report of a seminar on social enterprise and community food initiatives at which the publication was launched.
Notes from a round table discussion to explore the issues around taking a more business-like approach when developing or setting up community shops or community food initiatives.
2006 small grant scheme; Minding Their Own Business publication; SCOFF nutrition research; Question Time; Munch Crunch; Community Food Initiatives North East; Glasgow Children’s Orchard
The report of a two-way exchange organised by the Scottish Community Diet Project between people working with and within low-income communities in the Lothians and London.
Report of the Scottish Community Diet Project’s study tour to the National Public Health Institute of Finland and North Karelia giving an insight into the participants’ thoughts of each visit and what it inspired them to do on their return.