Following consultation with young people in the North Glasgow area, these guidelines and healthy eating toolkit were developed. As well as advice for clubs on what they can do to improve the availability of healthier food in youth clubs, the guidelines include ideas on how to run healthy eating, growing, and cookery activities, with ideas …
Making the Case is the final report from the Early Years Self-evaluation Collaborative, a three-stage pilot support programme provided (over 2 years) by CFHS and Evaluation Support Scotland to support six community food and health initiatives improve their evaluation skills
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.
This report highlights the first stage of a three part pilot programme commissioned by CFHS, and led by Evaluation Support Scotland to support six groups to show the impact of their work with parents and children aged 0-5 years. We are keen to find out from you how useful the report is to you and …
Community retailing; SCOFF nutrition research; food access on the Western Isles; Question Time; Fas Fallain; UK nutrition strategies; Gardening Scotland; Food and Health Alliance; Glasgow City Plan; Healthy Scotland Convention.
A briefing paper on the increase in courses in food and nutrition to meet the increasing demand for a qualified work force to play varied roles in helping to improve Scotland’s diet