Newsletters

Welcome to our newsletter page.  Please see below for previous copies of our monthly newsletters.


November 2021

Co-Chair
Prof Nigel Curry
  • Farewell to Prof. Nigel Curry
  • Lincoln Community Grocery
  • The High Sheriff’s Harvest Supper
  • Bread & Roses – food in Boston

July 2021

  • Fareshare moves to Lincoln
  • Foodbank referrals go online
  • Sustain’s Local Food Infrastructure report
Lincoln Indie Takeaways

May 2021

  • Food Poverty in Lincoln During Covid 19
  • Easing the food crisis in COVID
  • Good to Grow
  • Lincolnshire Food Partnership to Research Food Hubs
  • Learning from the Lincolnshire Food Partnership

March 2021 – 

  • Agricultural Valuers at the front line of tackling food poverty;
  • Second Helpings: food support in Stamford;
  • Veg-out Lincoln develops support for local families;
  • Incredible Edible Talks overview;
  • Ropsley Market Garden;
  • St Giles Garden City;
  • Care Farming

January 2021

  • Eudaimonia Flies High for the Lincolnshire Foodbanks;
  • Social prescribing: food projects can improve physical & mental health;
  • Incredible Edible in Lincolnshire: reconnecting with food;
  • How much food will £30 buy you?
  • Highlights from the Oxford Real Farming Conference;
  • Food Hubs: a great place for different food ideas to come together?
  • Mint Lane Café: a surprise Christmas present! 

November 2020

  • The LFP Goes County-wide;
  • A membership supermarket for the County;
  • Lincoln Towns Fund: carbon reduction and tackling food poverty;
  • Lincolnshire Emergency Assistance Scheme;
  • Become a Veg Advocate;
  • Move and Food Grantham;
  • Rethinking Food at the Lincoln City Football Club.

August 2020

  • National Food Strategy launch;
  • National Obesity Strategy;
  • Fresh food to local foodbanks;
  • Igor joins the media team.

July 2020

June 2020

May 2020

April 2020

Covid 19 Special Issue, March 2020

March 2020

February 2020

January 2020

December 2019

November 2019

October 2019

September 2019

July 2019

News, events & inspiration from Lincolnshire’s good food community

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Lincolnshire Food News from our blog

Louth St James Spire viewed from across the wolds

A food vision for Lincolnshire

Winter is a time for thinking, dreaming, imagining… What might a more sustainable and just food system be like in Lincolnshire? The food nirvana that we dream of includes a local food culture where nourishing, diverse and delicious food is easily accessible for everyone – without need for foodbanks; where work in farming and foodContinue reading “A food vision for Lincolnshire”

Ropsley Market Garden CSA

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between farmers and their local community, in which the responsibilities, risks and rewards of farming are shared.  communitysupportedagriculture.org.uk Ropsley Market Garden is Lincolnshire’s first CSA – the first of many: the English CSA moment is now here: people increasingly recognise the need for sustainable, resilient, healthy, local food,Continue reading “Ropsley Market Garden CSA”

New Year Reflections

Despite the ongoing disruption and ravages of the pandemic, there are things to celebrate from 2021. We look back at a few highlights of 2021. New Community Grocery in Lincoln Food poverty is poverty. Foodbanks cannot solve that. Alongside the numerous organisations in Lincoln working to make sure everyone has access to food, we wantContinue reading “New Year Reflections”

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