Twelve people (specialist dietitians, voluntary sector and NHS staff) from across seven NHS board areas attended this roundtable discussion, including representatives from the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) and the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS). The group carried out a mapping exercise and discussed what they thought was going well or less …
Topic: healthy eating
The Older People Services Development project produced this healthy eating resource, with support from NHS Health Scotland, in response to an extensive consultation that shows ethnic minority older people can face barriers to accessing information on diet and lifestyle.
CFHS held a networking event for community cafes on 26 June 2014 in Glasgow. The aims of the event were to give everyone taking part the chance to meet staff and volunteers from other community cafes; space and time to think about and discuss the future; the chance to find out about the Edinburgh Community …
Report from the event held on 6 June 2012 at Discovery Point in Dundee.
This manual has been developed by Community Food Workers in Fife, and is a reflection of their shared experiences. It is intended to support organisations and their workers, who seek to promote healthy lifestyles within their local community through practical food activities.
This booklet features tips and ideas gathered from a CFHS youth, food and health networking event that focused on work with a range of young people.
The bulletin summarises existing research/evidence and showcases some of the organisations in Scotland that are putting the evidence into practice.
Munch Crunch 2 is a collection of simple recipes to encourage healthy eating and cooking.
This resource has been developed by North Ayrshire Community Food Workers to enable the delivery of individual workshops or sessions to community groups. It is a comprehensive guide to using the Recipe Book, Munch Crunch 2: Recipes for Change.
This fact sheet summarises information gathered from across Scotland on activities that ‘train the trainers’ to deliver healthy cookery and food preparation skills in low-income communities.