Food for Life Get Togethers

Following the UK Government’s advice relating to staying at home to slow the spread of Covid-19 we strongly recommend that all Food for Life Get Together events are postponed with immediate effect and until further notice

This includes all Grandparent Gardening Week events being postponed for 2020. In addition, to help us identify the most effective programmatic response to this fast moving, challenging situation we will be temporarily pausing all Food for Life Get Together planned community activity until further notice. During this time we will liaise with partners and stakeholders to reflect on our learning so far and the most useful role we can play in this new landscape going forward.

Whilst this is clearly a very challenging and frustrating time for the programme we are clear that the need to reduce the generational divide, support community cohesion and access to good food for all has only increased in recent weeks. We believe by taking this step to pause, identify the most useful role we can play and develops plans to do so, we will come back stronger as a programme and partnership.

If you have any questions please contact the food for life team ffl@foodforlife.org.uk


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