The study tour took place between 1 and 3 October 2013. Ten people took part in a busy two days, which included 10 different visits/meetings across London. The report provides an overview of the tour and the organisations we visited.
Training opportunities; food prices; food and nostalgia; REHIS Elementary food and health course; older people eating well; Healthy Start; fare futures; class act.
Recommendations sought by the Scottish Government from a working group on food access and affordability, supported by CFHS, were sent to Ministers shortly before the recent election campaign. The report produced by the group involved representatives from community and voluntary organisations in Edinburgh, Lanarkshire, Fife and Dumfries and Galloway.
On 25 February Community Food and Health (Scotland) and Consumer Focus Scotland co-hosted a roundtable discussion looking at issues around older people’s access to affordable healthy food of their choice.
Special edition launching the 2008 small grants scheme and featuring a selection of the work undertaken by the previous year’s grant recipients.
In June 2006 Community Food and Health (Scotland) commissioned Fiona Burrell to carry out a promotion of the REHIS Food and Health course in low income communities. This summary outlines the results of the promotion.
The report of the networking conference held at the Apex Hotel in Dundee on 28 September 2006.
Provides an insight into the process of developing a breakfast club at every stage from set-up to sustainability in current policy climate. Poses important questions and shares practical solutions to problems that others have encountered
Special edition launching the 2006 small grants scheme with information on the work of the previous year’s grant recipients.