With funding from CFHS, Community Organisation for Race Equality (CORE) has produced a case study on its World Cafe. It covers the background and history of the World Cafe, the essential elements of the model, the role of volunteers, the development of healthy recipes and how the cafe works to build links between individuals and »
Topic: community cafes
Training opportunities; food prices; food and nostalgia; REHIS Elementary food and health course; older people eating well; Healthy Start; fare futures; class act.
Outlines the main findings from the study together with recommendation for action by the Scottish Government, local authorities and local communities.
This research report on community cafes, produced for CFHS by Clarity, looks in detail at the operation and management of 12 community cafes from across Scotland.
With the Edinburgh Food and Health Training Hub, we ran a capacity building pilot for community cafes between March and June this year, with nine cafes in total taking part in the programme, which has now been evaluated.
Notes from a networking event for community food intiatives that support older people to eat well
This study, commissioned by CFHS, includes a mapping of current community food and health activity, details of the local and national policy context, and a number of options relating to the development of the Glasgow Community Food Network, including the establishment of a distribution hub in Glasgow.
National Food Policy for Scotland; Back in Touch; Taste for Independence; food, health and homelessness; Cyrenians Farm
Special edition launching 2007 small grants scheme and featuring a selection of the work undertaken by the previous year’s grant recipients.
Community cafes; SCOFF nutrition research; Moray Food and Health; Islay Food Forum; Healthways Healthy Living Centre; Question Time; Developing Communities Fund.