Lincolnshire Food Partnership

Lincolnshire Food Partnership is a partnership of local organisations working together for fairer, healthier, greener food for all, through sustainable local action. Co-chaired by Nigel Curry and Caroline Kenyon, we have over 30 food partners in the areas of food poverty, food business and food education. We are a Constituted Unincorporated Association with a board of 12 drawn from the public, private and voluntary sectors. We came into being in 2016 as a result of a local food research project at the University of Lincoln which led, in turn, to a Local Food Strategy that recommended the formation of a City Food Partnership. We went County-wide in 2020 as a result of an expressed need for food support in the more rural parts of the County. 

What we do

Our 12 current projects are here: 

We support foodbanks and other organisations challenging food poverty and community food growing projects in Lincolnshire