The London Assembly have released a report on the importance of farming in London’s Green Belt, and what the Mayor and councils can do to...
There is increasing awareness of the issue of children being at risk of hunger during the school holidays and a growing response from a wide range of...
Consultation is underway on proposals to remove the right that allows the installation of public call boxes and their use for advertising without...
Planning Food Cities
Simon Shaw shares key reflections and learning from the first year of Food Power, our national food poverty programme.
Policy Bristol and Sustain have produced a briefing on how a UK right to food law could tackle food poverty and environmental degradation.
Final showing of the End Hunger UK photo exhibition, which comes to a close after months of touring the UK, this Friday, 23 November
Parliamentary Inquiry highlights the need for more research into the impact of austerity and hardship on families who use infant formula
This short report presents six case studies of meals on wheels services from around the UK. The case studies include information on services’...
Portsmouth City Council runs six local youth club projects and six adventure playgrounds across the city, throughout the school holidays and after...
Beyond the Food Bank 2018 is the fourth edition of London’s comprehensive food poverty profile. The report looks at what local authorities...
In our annual London borough league table and series of good food maps, we shine a light on which boroughs are leading the way in creating a better...
London Food Link
A new report from the London Food Poverty Campaign at Sustain shows that only three councils across the capital are coordinating an effective...
Community charity Groundwork Luton & Bedfordshire (part of Groundwork East) is developing the concept of Community Food Hubs which are promoting...
Yesterday, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond released a UK Budget that was trailed by Prime Minister Theresa May as the beginning of an end...
The #DarwenGetsHangry campaign was launched on Friday 19 October by the Blackburn with Darwen Food Alliance, as part of their work with Food Power.
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