Feed Leeds is a network of individuals and organisations working in partnership to support local food growing for its social, economic, environmental and health benefits, and to promote healthy, sustainable and affordable food in Leeds. Next Potting Shed Drinks: Thurs August 10th – 8pm upstairs at Further North. Next General Meeting: Mon Aug 14th – 9.30am at Technorth (there is no general meeting in July)
To celebrate the Leeds and District Allotment Gardener Federation’s Centenary and to promote allotments LDAGF are creating pop-up allotments in 5 venues in the City centre during the week beginning 7th August:
Mon 7 Aug Front of Leeds Town Hall
Tues 8 Aug Merrion Street Gardens
Wed 9 Aug Park Square
Thur 10 Aug Sovereign Street Square
Fri 11 Aug Leeds Town Hall
Contact https://ldagf.org/ for more info.
Three of the Feed Leeds committee are involved in this – see https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/growingbetter
More via IFDA http://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/ifda/news/#growingbetter
16th August to 19th Sept – inspired by bees. Hope there will be honey.
Leeds Lord Mayor Cllr Jane Dowson unveils the excellent new www.fundingleeds.co.uk website set up by our partners VAL. This is a one stop shop for all funding in Leeds and is the best thing to happen for community groups and charities for years.
Feed Leeds was also delighted to be awarded a certificate for our contribution to the city – along with some absolutely amazing organisations of every shape and hue, including our partners Back to Front and a number of food banks connected via the Food Aid Network. Some fantastic work going on in our city.
A large group of organisations and individuals, including Feed Leeds’ former chair Andy Goldring, have produced this most impressive document, which Feed Leeds is happy to endorse.
Leeds has a Food Coordinator
With a stall to meet: https://www.agrifoodinnov.com/