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Our story

A local response to a global crisis

Our role in addressing issues of food security, poverty, health, climate and environment in Lincolnshire.

Link to partners

Food Partners

Local Organisations, Businesses and Projects

Lincolnshire Food Partnership links local food projects and organisations who are tackling issues of poverty, health, sustainability and climate change. Find out who’s involved and what they are doing in and around Lincoln.

Advisory board

The movers and shakers of Lincolnshire Food Partnership

Our board brings together local leaders with a passion for sustainable food. We have backgrounds in the public, private and third sector, including local government, the faith community, local businesses, schools and charities.

Current Projects

Current Projects

Our role is supportive, catalytic, contributory.

We’re working on a Feeding Tariff, Mint Lane Cafe, Nourishing Lincoln, and more…

The bigger picture

Organisations working on a national or global level

Lincoln Food Partnership supports and works with national and international organisations towards a greener, fairer, healthier food system. Find out more about current issues and how we can work together for positive change to our food system.

sustainable food places

Sustainable Food Places

A network with shared aims

Lincolnshire Food Partnership is part of a UK wide network that tackles food poverty, reduces waste and promotes a vibrant, diverse, sustainable food economy.


Want to get involved in Lincolnshire?

Lincolnshire Food news from our blog:

Three High Street Bakers

Most of us in Lincolnshire, most of the time, consume uniform baked products, produced on an industrial scale by workers we will never meet. But it’s not the only choice available to us. We went to meet three highly skilled and passionate bakers, who are baking fresh each day on Lincoln High Street. It’s a […]

Market gardeners

Fringe Farming

For fruit and vegetable crops – I’m talking the 7-a-day stuff that most of us need way more of in our diets – it’s a completely different story. 

Just a few acres, with polytunnels or glasshouses require constant tending, and can employ numerous people doing skilled, interesting, rewarding, socially useful jobs. 

Fruit and vegetables don’t necessarily need much processing before they reach our plates. We want to eat them fresh – the fresher the better! 

It would make sense, then, that the most labour intensive, perishable, unprocessed foods are grown in close proximity to urban areas.

We Won Bronze!

Greater Lincolnshire has become the latest place to win a prestigious Sustainable Food Places award. The award recognises Greater Lincolnshire Food Partnership’s work to promote healthy, sustainable and local food and to tackle some of today’s greatest social challenges, from food poverty and diet-related ill-health to the disappearance of family farms and the loss of […]


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