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18th July 2006 - Harborne Hall, Birmingham and 7th November 2006, Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Presentations

UK Liaison and the Food Poverty Project - Lisa Wilson, The Food Poverty Project at Sustain
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Nutrition and Well being in Wales - Maureen Howell, Welsh Assembly Government
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Nutrition Network for Wales update - Becky Firks, Nutrition Network for Wales
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Food Vision: Moving Forward - Maresa Bossano, Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services (LACORS)
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A Framework for Engaging with Community Food Initiatives - Mark Bush, Food Standards Agency
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Workshops

Evaluation and Monitoring of the Shopwell Project - Angela Blair, Sandwell Food Policy Team
For further information on the project go to: http://www.webwell.org.uk/server.php?navId=00g032

The Bigger Picture – Acting Locally, Thinking Nationally - Claire Milne, Sustain
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Greenwich Community Food Initiative: A Healthy Greenwich Network Project - Claire Pritchard
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Implementing the food and fitness strategy for young people in Wales - Maureen Howell, Welsh Assembly Government

Food mapping - Sarah Bowyer, City University
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Food Cop-ops in Wales - Mark Jones – Rural Regeneration Unit

Winning solutions to food access issues - DSM Award winners: The Sunshine Café
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Evaluating the Food & Well Being Strategy - Laura Davies , University of Warwick
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Older people and food poverty - Lindsey Kearton, Welsh Consumer Council

Developing independent living skills around cooking and preparation of  food with those who have experienced homelessness and other vulnerable groups -  Community Food & Health Scotland
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