SHROPSHIRE GOOD FOOD PARTNERSHIP
NEWS & EVENTS
Thank you to the Telford and Wrekin Climate Change Fund!
GOOD FOOD FOR LOCAL CLIMATE RESILIENCE - GRANT AWARD OF £10,000
The Shropshire Good Food Partnership (SGFP) is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a generous grant from the Telford and Wrekin Climate Change Fund. This will enable SGFP to establish a role in T&W and work with local groups and businesses on ways food can be part of the shift to net zero carbon.
Read the Press Release for more information
Celebrating 1 Year as a CIC!
We're Celebrating one full year of action, connection building and county-focused food system change.
Thank you to all of the allies who have been working so tirelessly as our partners in the Good Food Revolution for Shropshire.
Read about our first year in our Annual Report.
Thank you for attending The Shropshire Good Food Summit!
With over 50 attendees, 18 speakers and an incredible meal from OsNosh, the first ever Shropshire Good Food Summit was a huge success.
We've compiled a list of resources from the day:
-Review the day's agenda and list of speakers
-Key Note Presentation: Emily O'Brien of Sustainable Food Places
-Presentation: Emily Fay: The Cost of Living Crisis
-Presentation: John Ward: The Business Case for a Shropshire Food Strategy
-Presentation: Ian Steele: Treflach Farm
Announcing the Citizen's Good Food Challenge Grants
The Citizen's Good Food Challenge was launched at the Good Food Summit, and remains open until November 30th. This is the perfect opportunity for small local-level initiatives to apply for funding for specific project costs.
Thank you to the Sustainable Food Places Network!
The SGFP has been selected as one of three SFP network members to be awarded a £10,000 REDI FOR CHANGE grant. This will allow us to hire a Diversity and Inclusion Champion to work with selected Partnership members.
View the full press release.
Apply for our Diversity and Inclusion Champion role.
June 22 2022
Thank you to the Co-op Foundation!
The Shropshire Good Food Partnership has been awarded a generous grant of £96,500 to continue our work on food system change across the county.