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 …
CFHS commissioned EKOS to produce a report on the evaluation of the SGF Healthy Living programme pilot. The pilot rolled out the training and resources available through the programme to 27 community food initiatives. The evaluation looks at the impact that the pilot has made on the community food initiatives involved, and includes case studies …
Response to ‘Choosing the Right Ingredients: the Future for Food in Scotland’ from two focus groups carried out by East Lothian Council’s Homelessness Unit with homeless households in temporary accommodation.
Notes from a roundtable discussion 17 November 2006.
Special edition launching the 2006 small grants scheme with information on the work of the previous year’s grant recipients.
Glasgow community cafes; SCOFF nutrition research; food mapping; Dundee International Women’s Centre; Question Time.
Notes from a roundtable discussion on research carried out to find out where people can buy and eat food and what the food needs of local people are.
A report from the Scottish Community Diet Project’s seminar on building food partnerships and developing local strategies held in Stirling. Includes Sustain and Food and Poverty Network.
Discussion of cooking skills courses attended by practitioners who were about to set up courses, were already doing so or were keen to build on previous work in the field.
Notes from a roundtable discussion exploring working with black and minority ethnic groups, refugees and asylum seekers on community food issues.