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Join us for a harvest festival with Bristol’s secret fruit & veg gardeners
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Bristol has officially been awarded the status of Gold Sustainable Food City, recognising the positive work undertaken across the … Read more NEWSLETTER 6-21: Bristol Named Gold Sustainable Food City
Gemma Greig takes a few small steps towards a plastic-free life The path towards a more sustainable, plastic-free existence … Read more NEWSLETTER 4-19: Tips for plastic-free living
Bristol Food Network C.I.C is looking for a volunteer or volunteers to help with Communications, ideally someone who can … Read more Volunteer wanted!
Bristol Food Network is recruiting for a Comms and Engagement Coordinator for Bristol Good Food 2030. Bristol Good Food … Read more Bristol Good Food 2030 Communications and Engagement Coordinator role
Visit our Vimeo channel to watch back recordings of our #BristolFoodKind webinars on Food Waste, Cooking, Growing at Home and Food Systems.
Thursday, 18th Aug 2022
Get down with the Beets and shake your Artichokes at the Silent Disco at the Garden! There will be … Read more Redcatch Community Garden silent disco
Friday, 26th Aug 2022
The Bee and Pollination Festival returns this year on the earlier weekend of the August bank holiday. This is … Read more University of Bristol Botanic Garden: Bee and Pollination Festival
The East Bristol Brewery Trail has been run by Arbor Ales, Dawkins Ales, Good Chemistry Brewing, Left Handed Giant … Read more East Bristol Brewery Trail