What Can I Do?

Want to get involved, but don’t know where to start?


Want to get mucky in a Community Garden? Or learn to look after chickens at a City Farm? Ever wanted to pluck your own apple from a Shared Orchard? Well here is a map and guide that will help you do just that, plus a lot more!

Shopping and Eating out

A guide to where you can eat or buy local food in Bristol, written by shoppers who love to shop local. Here you can find their recommendations of where to buy local, seasonal and organic fruit & veg in the city, and which cafés and restaurants make a feature of their local sourcing.


Coming soon!

In the meantime, click through to find some ways you can volunteer with Bristol Food Network right now…


Please go to our Cookery Page to find out about Bristol Community Kitchens, not-for-profit and commercial cooking classes for adults, kids, and everyone in between!

Food Connections 2015.

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Learning & Working

Coming soon!

Local Food Directory

  • Herbert’s Bakery

    A family run bakery since the 1960s, Herbert’s bakes a range of breads and cakes on the Montpelier site using flour from Shipton Mill in Gloucestershire. Organic and non-organic loaves risen overnight are available, which are of excellent quality – proper, substantial dough that keeps well. The raisin danish and the almond croissant are also of exceptional quality.