Join Glasgow Community Food Network Food and Climate Action project and Glasgow Eco Trust for our first Food and Climate Café in the West for a shared lunch and friendly discussion.

About this event

We want your ideas about the changes you want to see in Glasgow when it comes to our food and how that impacts the world we live in.

As we wind down from COP26, let's reflect on the positive changes that are already happening all around us and drill these ideas down further into our desired action statements on the kind of future we want in our local area for our food system.

We’ll be running these Food & Climate Cafes every three months over the next year and a half to build together an action plan for local food systems change.

Be part of the discussion.

Schedule for this event

10:45-11:00 > Welcome, Tea and Coffee

11:00-12:00 > Discussions

12:00-12:45 > Lunch

If you have any questions about this event then please contact Donna Borokinni, Community Activator, [email protected]

Accessibility Info and COVID Safety

Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre is located in Scotstoun just off Dumbarton Road. There are regular public transport links from the city centre and other parts of the city by both bus and train and the Centre is located next to the cycle network. More details on travel options.

The Centre is fully wheelchair accessible and please let us know about any accessibility and dietary requirements upon booking.

This event will be held indoors with limited participant numbers so please only book if you intend on attending. Please adhere to physical distancing during the event. Please do not attend if you feel unwell, have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or have tested positive yourself. Please let us know if you can't attend anymore. We will collect participants' contact details for Track and Trace in line with GDPR. We would like to encourage all participants to do a Lateral Flow Test before attending.

Food And Climate Action in Glasgow

The Food & Climate Action project will be working across the city to grow community-led activity to face the challenges that climate change will bring for us all and our food system. We are a team based across six partnered organisations including: Glasgow Community Food Network, Glasgow Eco Trust, Urban Roots, St Paul’s Youth Forum, The Space, and Central & West Integration Network. We’ll be working to support increasing urban agriculture across the city and providing training and support on food and climate issues.

Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund Climate Action Fund.

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