CFHS welcomed nearly 200 people to our annual networking conference on 29 October in Glasgow this year. Thanks to all who attended, and whose contributions made it such a great day.
With a full programme of lively table discussions, inspiring speakers and presenters, and much networking, the event was captured by a photographer and graphic facilitator and some of these these images are now available, along with the presentations from the plenary and breakout sessions.
Food poverty now: how can we get to a more just food society? Prof Liz Dowler
An appetite for life: encouraging eating as we age: Michelle McCrindle and Richard Lyall
The work of North Glasgow Community Food Initiative: Greig Sandilands
Evaluation: Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus
Social media: CHEX
BME community work: Scotia Clubhouse
BME community work: REACH community health project
Engagement and partnership working in a rural setting: Pointers
Community cafes: healthyliving award
Community cafes: CFHS
Engagement and partnership working in a rural setting: NHS Borders
Engagement and partnership working with vulnerable groups: Cyrenians
Engagement and partnership working with vulnerable groups: Brothers of Charity Services
Health inequalities and food poverty: Flora Douglas
Health inequalities and food poverty: Karolina Gombert
Community growing: FCFCG
Scottish Government Eat Better Feel Better campaign: Susan Solomon
A write up from the event will be available early next year.
We look forward to seeing you in 2015.