We are delighted to welcome Stirling Regional Food Partnership as the newest member of the Sustainable Food Places Network.
Stirling has a long history of inspiring work to make local, healthy and sustainable food available to everyone in their area that will make a valuable addition to the wealth of expertise and experience that Network members can draw upon. We are really looking forward to working with them as we embark on the exciting next phase of our journey, which will include supporting the adaptation and extension of the SFP model in the devolved nations.
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The ‘Building a food partnership’ theme of the SFP Toolkit – the pink section – contains resources to help you establish an appropriate and representative food partnership. In particular these resources will be useful:
Get the right people involved by encouraging and planning Stakeholder engagement and steering groups
Sustain's Food and Covid-19: How local authorities can support recovery and resilience report highlights three key areas that contribute to a strong local response: principles, processes and partnerships.
Bristol Food Policy Council secured strong references to food in the Health and Wellbeing Strategy. The HWB has a key strategic aim to use ‘our combined influence and commissioning to support work to tackle obesity, nutritional deficiency and food poverty’. The Health and Wellbeing Strategy has 10 key priorities, one of which is food (page 5). The aim is ‘to create a healthier, more sustainable, more resilient food system for the city to benefit the local economy and the environment’.