Food Glorious Food: at school, at home and in the community

Project Category: Informal community groupProject Tags: Children & young people, Education, Jobs & Skills, Gardening & Food Growing, Health & Wellbeing, Older People, Other, Parks & Open Spaces, Sports & Recreation and Waste & Resources

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    Food Glorious Food: at school, at home and in the community

    Awards for All (Big Lottery Fund) project, to run January – July 2017

    To community groups local to Exeter (particularly the Newtown, Heavitree, Wonford and Ludwell Valley park areas), green-fingered growers, allotment enthusiasts, lovers of the outdoors and food fanatics – we need you!

    We’re looking for community groups and individuals to collaborate with local primary schools and get involved in a series of food-based workshops, cultural experience sessions and to help us develop community growing areas.

    Through connecting primary schools with different local communities, we hope to promote social connection within urban communities, increase cohesion and improve wellbeing.

    If you’d like to get involved or would like some more information, please get in touch with Nicole Redfern (Project Coordinator) on 01392 438811 or dde@globalcentredevon.org.uk

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    EXETER COMMUNITY CENTRE, 17 ST DAVID'S HILL, EXETER