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 …
Development of a produce supply chain between community growers, caterers, and retailers in Edinburgh
CFHS commissioned Blake Stevenson to carry out research into the feasibility of establishing a produce supply chain between community growers, caterers and retailers in Edinburgh.
Good Food in Tackling Homelessness; SCOFF nutrition research; Question Time; Healthy Valleys; Harvest for Health; Hidden Gardens.
Growing Interest report; small grants distribution; school meals; SCOFF nutrition research; New Ways Healthy Living Centre; Sustain; health promoting schools; Cookwell.
Healthier Scotland White Paper; multicultural Scotland; breakfast club research; grants and funding; Craigend Resource Centre, Greenock community cafe and Fruit Barra; nutrition research news; Information Exchange
Evaluation of the Glasgow Community Cafe Development Intervention conducted in 13 community cafes in Glasgow that participated in a pilot project instigated by Greater Glasgow NHS Board, Scottish Community Diet Project and Scottish Health Choices Award Scheme
A roundtable discussion on effective community catering skills conducted by those involved directly or indirectly in community catering to exchange experience, skills and good practice and highlight barriers and gaps to be tackled.