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Somerset Community Food, is a grass-roots charity which aims to re-connect people with the social, health and environmental effects of growing, buying, preparing and eating local food.

 

We have developed a unique training package that has successfully taught hundreds of people to start growing & cooking food.

Our 'Get Set Grow' and 'Get Set Cook' packages give flexible and fun opportunities to learn food growing & cooking. We are funded through Zing Somerset and also carry out other commissioned work.

 

 

 

It's better consumed than composted! We have recently created a Food Surplus Directory collating details of local groups who can benefit from gluts and surpluses.

Visit our Resources page where you will find links and extensive information on all aspects of community food.

 

 

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Latest News

Jul 18, 2018

Saturday 3rd November, 10-3:30pm

Wells Town Hall

The plans for our conference are shaping up. Alongside speaker Martin Carahar, we have some passionate community food workers and volunteers who will be talking about their current projects:

Vicky Sullivan – Creating Health, Somerset, who will talk about the roadshow of nutrition and wellbeing events they are running across the county.

Bonita Everson – Red Brick Community Garden, Glastonbury, who will be speaking about their mushroom cultivation project.

Jun 12, 2018

We are happy to announce the date of our community food conference: Saturday 3rd of November at Wells Town Hall.

It’s been a while since we have brought together community food people from across the county and we are planning an informative day.

Feb 13, 2018

A volunteer gardener is needed to help plan and start a school garden in Bridgwater

Haygrove School in Bridgwater has been awarded funding for a school garden and have an area of land allocated. They need a volunteer to help plan and establish the garden, ideally starting as soon as possible as the grant money needs to be spent by July.

'There is flexibility regarding days. We are happy to meet and talk to anyone who may be able to support us to achieve this'.