We run a rolling series of webinars on key food issues. If you have issues you would like us to cover or would be willing to present at a webinar we organise on your behalf, please do get in touch. For details on the latest or upcoming webinars see below. For recordings, presentations and/or notes from past webinars click on the tabs on the right.

SUGAR SMART – working with water companies and engaging teenagers

6th March 2018, 2-3pm

This webinar is organised by Sustain and Sustainable Food Cities and will focus on engaging young people on the issue of sugar overconsumption. Research has found that 11-18 year olds consume three times the maximum recommended amount of added sugar. Hear from SUGAR SMART campaigns in Bristol & Norwich, who have formed partnerships with local water companies to resource and deliver engaging campaigns aimed at young people.

This webinar is suitable for SUGAR SMART campaign leads, organisations participating in their local campaigns, and anyone considering joining the SUGAR SMART network.

14.00 Welcome and housekeeping, Sofia Parente and Vera Zakharov, Sustain
14.05 Introduction to Sustainable Food Cities, Sofia Parente and Vera Zakharov, Sustain
14.10 SUGAR SMART Bristol - working with Bristol Water, Youth Council, Thirsty Eyes campaign, Wendy Parker and Claire Lowman, Bristol City Council
14.30 Questions
14.35 SUGAR SMART Norwich – working with Anglian Water, pilot with secondary school, Rachel Hunt, Healthy Norwich
14.55 Questions and discussion, Sofia Parente and Vera Zakharov, Sustain
15.05 Ends


Gardening for Health – a recipe for success

12th March 2018, 2pm - 3pm

This webinar organised by Sustain and Sustainable Food Cities will cover the key success factors from food growing projects that have been commissioned by a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) or Public Health to deliver health outcomes.

Agenda to be added soon.



Tom Andrews
Soil Association
07 717 802 188

Victoria Williams
Food Matters
0127 343 1713

Ben Reynolds
0207 065 0902

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Sustainable Food Cities is funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

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