Supermarkets and food security: A new food model for Bristol

10 April 2014, 5.00 PM - 10 April 2014, 5.00 PM

Graduate School of Education (First floor, room 1.20)

Key note talk

A key note talk by Gus Hoyt, Green Party Councillor, Ashley Ward, Bristol City Council, Mark Godway Goodway, Founder & Charity Director of The Matthew Tree Project and Angela Raffle, Consultant in Public Health Bristol City Council.

Mark Goodway has lead the proposal for ‘Good Food Markets’ that has been chosen by the Mayor as Bristol’s Bloomberg's Mayor's Challenge.  Gus, Mark and Angela will discuss how this idea offers a new model of food retailing in South Bristol.  


This talk is free to attend and open to all, but you must book as places are limited.

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This talk is taking place as part of a  Cabot Institute Seminar Day on the security of household food access in Bristol and beyond.

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