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Families with children aged 0 to 5

Wednesday 20th June 2007 TeacherBuilding, Glasgow


England Policy - Lisa Wilson, The Food Access Network
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Wales Policy - Beth Preece, Nutrition Network for Wales
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Ireland Policy - Sinead Keenan, Healthy Food for All Ireland
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Scotland Policy - Ger O’Riordan, Community Food and Health Scotland
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Round Table Discussion: ‘How is policy influencing what is happening on the ground?’
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Glasgow’s Food and Health Framework (2002 – 2006): Children’s Food Provision: What Worked?
Anne Gebbie-Diben, Health Promotion Officer NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
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Inverness Family Project: SureStart Food and Fun for the 0-5’s
Sheila Johnston, NCH Inverness Family Project

Food for Thought Project: Working with Young Children and Parents in Wales
Charlotte Edwards and Lynette Thomas, Food for Thought Project
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Implementing Healthy Eating Standards in the Nursery: A Birmingham Project
Sarah Bowyer, Community Dietician
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Community-led Approaches to Getting a Healthy Eating Message Across to Children and their Parents
Eileen Muir, Community Dietician with NHS Glasgow and Clyde
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The Children’s Orchard Project: Working with Families and Community Groups in Glasgow
Angus Wood, Children’s Service Manager, Barnardos
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Food Access Network: The Food Access Network (FAN-UK) was formerly the Food Poverty project, and is now superseded by the Local Action on Food Network. These archive pages give background information on the activities of FAN-UK, which worked to tackle diet-related ill health amongst the UKs most disadvantaged communities.

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