Keep in touch with all the latest news and events associated with the Sustainable Food Cities Network.
Funding and Support for New Community Businesses (England) -
Community groups in England wanting to set up new community businesses can apply for support and fu...
Final chance for students to apply for £1,000 start-up costs -
In partnership with the National Union of Students, Sustain is offering £1,000 start-up costs and m...
NHS England takes action to cut the sale of sugary drinks in hospitals -
The Campaign for Better Hospital Food welcomes the NHS England commitment, announced today, to limi...
Local Community Projects Fund & Environmental Grant -
Two funding opportunities are currently open with Greggs Foundation: Local Community Projects Fund ...
National Union of Teachers reports on holiday hunger -
The NUT conducted a survey of its members working in primary schools in March 2017 to seek their ex...
2017 General Election party manifestos food asks -
Following the announcement of the General Election to be held on June 8th 2017, Sustain have formul...
SFC Sugar Smart Campaign Grants Round 2 and Sugar Smart workshop registrations open -
Sustainable Food Cities Sugar Smart Campaign Grants Round 2 We are now welcoming applications for R...
Call to action - joint letter to PM Theresa May on The Great Repeal Bill -
This is a call to action for Sustainable Food Cities Network members and beyond, in response to the...
Defra evidence statement on the links between natural environments and human health -
Defra and the University of Exeter have published a summary of the evidence base on the positive as...
Re-fashioning food systems with sustainable diet guidelines: towards a SDG strategy - paper by Tim Lang -
In this joint Friends of the Earth and Food Research Collaboration paper, Tim Lang charts the polic...
Next steps for tackling obesity: prevention, sugar consumption and policy priorities -
Taking place following the publication of revised Scottish Dietary Goals - which match SACN’s advic...
#RealBreadWeek – it’s fun to fou! -
The ninth annual celebration of supporting your local, independent, additive-free bakery and baking...
How can we make progress on normalising Sustainable Diets? -
Panel members/speakers: Tim Lang (City, University of London); Tara Garnett (FCRN) and Modi Mwatsam...
The Great Get-Together: biggest community event since the Jubilee -
The Big Lunch have joined forces with the Jo Cox Foundation to launch The Great Get-Together: the b...
Opportunity to get involved with the Big Lunch 2017 -
The team at Eden Project Communities is very keen to talk to members of the Sustainable Food Cities...
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