Going for Gold Business Breakfast: Community Action

By Ramona Andrews

How can your business support community action on food, helping Bristol become a Gold Sustainable Food City and bringing benefits to the city and your business? Join the Business Breakfast on 9th July to find out, and enjoy a visit to the wonderful Windmill Hill City Farm at the same time.

Bristol Green Capital Partnership is holding the second in a series of Going for Gold Business Breakfasts on 9th July, where businesses can find out more about the ambition and how to get involved.

This event will focus on Community Action, and how businesses can play an important role in ensuring food-related community groups and projects thrive.

Community organisations and projects can have a hugely positive impact on people, communities and the environment, however these often run on extremely limited resources.

Your business, no matter its size or sector, has the potential to support community action on food in a number of ways, bringing benefits to community groups and to your staff and business. Join us to find out more!

Breakfast will be provided by The Assembly Bakery, Essential Trading and Wogan Coffee, and you’ll have the opportunity to walk around the farm. Places are limited so reserve your spot soon.


7.45am: Arrive, breakfast and drinks available, networking
8.00am: Short presentations from Bristol Food Network, the Royal Horticultural Society, Windmill Hill City Farm, and Osborne Clarke
8.40am: Q&A and wrap up
9:00am: Networking until 9.30am, and enjoy a walk around Windmill Hill City Farm

Join the conversation

So, what change do you want to see happen that will transform food in Bristol by 2030? Do you already have an idea for how Bristol can make this happen? Join the conversation now.

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