Celebrating 8 new SFP Award winners

Join us as we celebrate the achievements of our 2021 SFP Award winners including Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Calderdale, Glasgow, Sheffield and Tower Hamlets, and Oxfordshire.

Sustainable Food Places

Good Food Champions

In the face of such immense challenges as Covid and climate change, we all need to feel inspired by those people who, despite everything, continue to drive positive change in their communities. For those of us working in the food world, one need look no further than this year’s record number of SFP award winners.

Building momentum

Building on Brighton and Hove’s fantastic achievement in becoming the UK’s first SFP Gold city at the turn of the year, Bristol has now also been awarded gold for their groundbreaking work across all six key issues and particularly in tackling food waste and building a truly city-wide good food movement.

Hot on Brighton and Bristol’s tails come Cardiff and Cambridge, who have both been awarded silver and whose work on everything from food poverty to procurement has set a new standard for good food. We are also delighted to announce five new bronze winners - Calderdale, Glasgow, Sheffield and Tower Hamlets, as well our first ever two-tier county award winner, Oxfordshire. Huge congratulations to all of you.

Read more about all of our award winners work here.   

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