Your Bristol good food questions
Please get in touch if the answer to your question about good food in Bristol is not covered below.
How can I access good, affordable food for me and my family?
Bristol Food Network’s website lists advice centres and other organisations working to support those in food poverty and food insecurity.
How can I share my Food Justice news or events with other Bristol citizens?
If you’re hosting a Food Justice event in Bristol, you can submit the details on the Bristol Good Food website to spread the word. Once you fill out the form, your event will be reviewed by a member of the team and added to the Events Calendar. You can also get in touch to discuss how to feature your Food Justice story on the Bristol Good Food website. Sharing your story helps grow Bristol’s Good Food movement in co-creating a food system that’s good for everyone.
How can I volunteer time, or donate surplus or money to good food organisations in Bristol?
There are initiatives across the city making it easier for people and businesses to offer help through good food, volunteering time or donating surplus food or money to good food organisations in Bristol. Bristol Food Network’s website provides information about how to volunteer time or donate. Can Do Bristol is also a helpful resource for volunteering – use it to search for opportunities across Bristol.
How can my work team get involved in volunteering for Food Justice?
Corporate volunteering or team-building days can boost staff morale and productivity levels, while also helping local projects. Avon Wildlife Trust, The Community Farm, Windmill Hill City Farm, St Werburghs City Farm, Lawrence Weston Community Farm, Elm Tree Farm, Square Food Foundation, Incredible Edible Bristol, FareShare South West and Feeding Bristol are just some of the organisations offering corporate volunteering or team-building days.
How do I find out more about Bristol as a Living Wage City?
In 2019 Bristol was formally recognised by the Living Wage Foundation for efforts to make Bristol a Living Wage City. Bristol was one of the first UK cities to achieve this acknowledgement. Find out more about making Bristol a Living Wage City on the Bristol One City website.