Join us for the first stakeholder meeting on Monday 7th June at 2pm

Setting up a Shropshire Food Partnership 

Monday 7th June 2021

2pm- 3.30pm 

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This is a stakeholder consultation to determine support for launching a food partnership, to define our priorities and agree structure.

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Past events

Distributing a Community Meal During a Pandemic

Monday 16th November 2020


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An online skill sharing event to explore the ways we can feed our communities safely during Covid-19. 

There’s no doubt we are in challenging times. With the public health situation changing constantly, it can be difficult to work out how to adapt or run a project in the current climate. Co-founder of the community kitchen OsNosh in Oswestry, Ben Wilson, will share how they have safely adapted their community meal to a delivery service. This event will be a chance to ask any questions you may have a share insights from your own experiences.

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Building on Support for Children in October 

Wednesday 18th November 2020


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Bringing together businesses and individuals who set up food distribution to replace Free School Meals over October half term.

Sasha from the Packed Lunch club and Marcus from the Bearded Chef will present their projects. 

Following this we will have a discussion where you can share your experiences and explore ideas for running a more co-ordinated effort at Christmas.

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Increasing Shrewsbury's Food Resilience 

Monday 23rd November 2020


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Revisit how Shrewsbury can work together as a community to support people in these difficult times by increasing food resilience. 


Jointly organised by Shrewsbury Food Bank and Shrewsbury Food Hub, this meeting will give a brief update on the situation, what’s happening and explore what more could happen to make sure everyone in Shrewsbury has healthy food to eat. Please note this meeting is not to discuss COVID support, but the issue of how we support people who do not have the financial resources.

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