In this issue: Get Growing Trail · Food Policy Council Update · River Cottage Canteen · Grow Bristol · Sims Hill update · Bristol’s Local Food Digital Revolution · Incredible Edible News · Milestone Trust · Growing for Health · Orchard Roots and Fruits · Severn Project Update · What Happens Next · Food or Tarmac · Chives next to roses create posies · Following the Plot No. 19 · An Introduction to BeeBristol · Wild Flowers & Pollination · Windmill Hill City Farm · Better Food Company · Coexist Community Kitchen · Sustainable Food Trust · Square Food Foundation is cooking up a feast for May · VegFest · Events · Big Green Week · Courses & Training · Odds & Ends · Letters · Regular Things

May and June are packed with food events in Bristol. The eagerly awaited Food Connections festival arrives 1–11 May, followed by the Get Growing Trail over the weekend of 7 & 8 June which provides a taster for BIG Green Week 14–22 June. Both Food Connections and BIG Green Week boast over 150 events apiece – so if these are just trial runs for 2015, imagine what Green Capital year will be like! Why not get in touch and get involved in creating a greener Bristol?

Please email any suggestions for content of the July–August newsletter to bristollocalfood@googlemail.com by 16 June.

Download Bristol’s local food update May-June 2014  here.

Please visit the Bristol Local Food Directory!