Following on from last year’s popular study looking at the impact of community food initiatives on national outcomes, the experience of a number of local projects in the design and delivery of local outcomes has been compiled on behalf of CFHS by the Scottish Community Development Centre. This publication illustrates and analyses community engagement with …
Topic: case studies
This publication includes the experiences of ten community food initiatives. It looks at how and why they are working in partnership with the private sector, explores the benefits that working in this way can bring, and discusses the challenges that they have encountered.
This publication looks at the work of several community food initiatives that are, or have been, running fruit and vegetables in hospitals and other health service premises.
Outlines the main findings from the study together with recommendation for action by the Scottish Government, local authorities and local communities.
Brings together material from six lunch clubs in different parts of the country most of which are run by older people for older people.
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.
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.
Through its work CFHS was aware that a number of housing associations were involved in delivering or supporting community food and health work. This publication showcases some examples of housing associations involved in community food and health work.
This factsheet provides examples of how three youth groups were inspired by TV formats to create a friendly competitive environment to teach cookery skills.
This publication highlights the important contribution that community food initiatives are making towards achieving Scotland’s national outcomes.