We meet every month – all welcome


Feed Leeds is a network of individuals and organisations working in partnership to support local food growing (at home, in allotments, at schools, in community projects or commercially) for its social, economic, environmental and health benefits, and to promote healthy, sustainable and affordable food in Leeds.

Next Potting Shed Drinks:
Usually every third Thursday – but suspended for the time being.

Next Meeting:

We will be holding meetings by email and video conference for the foreseeable future. If you would like to attend, please sign up to our mailing list.

September Minutes and Policy Brief to LCC

Minutes of September General Meeting (Policy Brief attached):
21 09 24 Feed Leeds September Minutes

Policy Brief:

Workshop 2 Report:
Food Systen Workshop 2 Report

Video of presentation to Leeds City Council Climate Emergency Action Committee:

(Our presentation begins after 1 hour, but it is worth watching from the start, as there are powerful submissions about the clean air zone, Leeds Bradford Airport and more, including an overview of the Climate Emergency Community Action Programme from Paul Chatterton).


MVUF help

It goes without saying that we’re all living through extraordinary and troubling times and unfortunately, I’m afraid that Meanwood Valley Urban Farm is going to struggle to get through this. We are seeking your help to make sure we can open our gates again when this crisis is over.

We’ve had to close to all our visitors and we can no longer host the 50 sessions for vulnerable adults or the outdoor activities for around 150 local school kids each week. This all means a huge and unprecedented loss of income.

We’ve launched a fundraising appeal to help us steer the Farm through the crisis. In our 40th year, we had big plans to celebrate our big birthday with you all. And with a little help, I hope we still can. We realise it’s a hard time for many people, so any donation you can give would be hugely appreciated.

While we’re closed to visitors and participants; life on the Farm goes on. I’m so proud of the staff and volunteers who are still working daily to look after the animals, including our new lambs and chicks, growing food in our market garden and keeping the site safe. We’ll continue to look after the Farm and all of the animals throughout this, in line with public health guidance.

I hope you and your loved ones are safe and well and that we can all come together very soon at the Farm to celebrate its 40th year.

Many thanks.

Adam Ogilvie

CEO – Meanwood Valley Urban Farm