Following a successful debut event last year, the ‘Vale Food Trail’ will return later this year, running from 26th May - 4th June 2024.
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The Llantwit Food Project, which aims to make affordable healthy meals available to everyone in Llantwit Major, has won the 2023 Ystadau Cymru Award.
Vale Fair Trade Youth Competition launches to celebrate 15 years since Wales became the first Fair Trade Nation!
Send us your message about the importance of Fairtrade in tackling Climate Change, supporting farmers and how we in Wales can use Fairtrade to make a world a fairer and better place, as we celebrate this anniversary.
Come along to our first meet-up of the year this February 20th in Penarth.
The St Athan Foodshare scheme is an extension of the wider Llantwit Food Project, led by the Food Vale Partnership overseen by the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Public Health team and delivered in collaboration with local partners, including the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Glamorgan Voluntary Services.
On 23rd November, over 60 activists, food producers, and key partners joined together at Barry Memo Arts Centre to discuss a strategy and vision for the future of food in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Food Vale Partnership has been successful in their application for funding from the Shared Prosperity Fund to carry out three distinct projects in the next financial year.
Through funding from Welsh Government, the Vale Local Nature Partnership are developing a community orchard project in urban and peri-urban areas of Cowbridge, Penarth, Llantwit Major and Barry.
Join us at Memo Arts Centre to help shape our Vision and Strategy for the future of food in the Vale of Glamorgan!
Thanks to funding from Welsh Government, Food Vale has been able to employ a new member of the team for a 12-month period to carry out crucial work on food insecurity in the Vale of Glamorgan.