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The Lancashire campaign is coordinated by Sustainable Food Lancashire and they need your help! If you are a food-serving business in Lancashire, please sign the pledge and help your county to become the world’s first Sustainable Fish City, or contact for more information.

The following food-serving organisations in Lancashire have signed the Sustainable Fish City pledge for their fish buying, also promising to promote sustainable fish to their staff and customers.


Local authorities and schools

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Lancaster University
Lancaster University is a prestigious research University with over 12,000 students and 4,000 staff. Based at its campus in Bailrigg, Lancaster, the University offers a range of food for catered accommodation, visiting students, conferences and events. Lancaster University was the first to achieve the Gold Food of Life award for two of its restaurants and sources fresh produce from the Lake District, and cheese from Garstang. Lancaster has a famous pie bar, The Trough of Bowland, serving three home-made pies each day and locally brewed real ale.



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Restaurants and iconic businesses

Lancaster Soup Dragon
The Soup Dragon is a Lancaster-based food start-up, serving affordable, healthy soups and salads from their street market in Lancaster city centre and Lancaster University, as well as for events. The Soup Dragon was founded in 2013. All their produce is home-made and they source locally to Lancaster wherever possible.

Neve’s of Fleetwood
Neve Fleetwood is synonymous with the North West fishing industry, providing the freshest local fish where possible, sustainably sourced, and shellfish and other speciality products from around the world. Neve’s is one of eight local depots serving customers throughout the UK owned by Direct Seafoods, and they work closely with NGOs such as MSC to maintain high standards within industry.

Richardson’s in Fleetwood (now The Fish House) 
Starting as a fish and chip business back in 2002, The Fish House has been located in Fleetwood's oldest building (175 years old) since April 2011. They are dedicated to providing quality fish and chips, and are the only fish and chip shop restaurant in Lancashire to have MSC certification, which they have worked hard to achieve and strive to maintain. The Fish House were awarded the prestigious Good Catch Award for sustainability in 2014 at the Fish and Chip Shop of the Year awards.

The Olive Tree Brasserie, St Annes 
Open since 2007, the Olive Tree Brasserie is an independent, family owned restaurant serving Greek and Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist. The Olive Tree sources all their ingredients from local and Greek suppliers, and aims to provide diners with an exceptional dining experience.


Sustainable Fish: A campaign to protect precious marine environments and fishing livelihoods, and call for fish to be bought from sustainable sources. We want to show what can be done if people and organisations make a concerted effort to change their buying habits.

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