We are pleased to announce that the Llantwit Major Food Access Project has successfully received funding for its pilot, creating access to affordable, healthy and nutritious food for many communities across the Vale.
Today (Wednesday, June 15th), it’s been announced that the Vale of Glamorgan has been awarded Bronze Sustainable Food Places status, becoming only the second place in Wales to achieve the prestigious accolade.
The Big Lunch is your chance to celebrate community connections and get to know one another a little better
Interested in taking part in #theBigLunch this year? We’re offering £150 to one lucky group in the Vale looking to take part in the Big Lunch this June.
As part of the Food Vale Festival this year, The Micro Greengrocer, Amanda Wood delivered an exciting workshop at Victoria Primary school with pupils from year 3 & 5.
Communities across the Vale are taking the reins this year in the second Food Vale festival. The festival is being organised by Food Vale, part of the Sustainable Food Places network – a partnership programme led by the Soil Association, Food Matters and Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.
The relocation of the dairy herd in 2020 gave father and son David and Tomos Adams of Llanfrynach Farm quite a conundrum. But it gave light to a new business venture –launching their zero-mile Milk Shed – a vending machine on the outskirts of Cowbridge in the middle of a trio of storms.
Nutrition Skills for Life Website will provide support and advice for people across Wales.
We’ve drawn on ideas put forward by the Food Vale Network, conversations with passionate citizens from across the Vale and the expertise provided by the Food Vale Steering Group to put together a plan of action for the good food movement in 2022/23.
The Cadfield Van volunteers are looking to spread joy and happiness this Christmas by supporting families by creating wonderful Christmas Hampers.
Slade Farm has been working with SPLICE Child and Family Project in Pyle to create 12% accessible shares in their CSA scheme for the season.
Twenty-five citizens from across the Vale of Glamorgan – representing local food producers, food poverty project leaders, independent businesses, food activities and community food growers – came together last week to put forward their ideas for a sustainable local food system in the Vale.
Come and join Food Vale's first ever Network Meeting to talk about the future of our food systems in the Vale.
We’re lucky in the Vale to have a number of great places to buy your ingredients locally. So if you’re cooking al fresco this summer, why not buy local and enjoy your food full of flavour.
Food Vale is working closely with the Health Board and a number of partners including Vale Foodbank and Vale of Glamorgan Council, to understand the barriers people living in the Vale face in feeding themselves or their families.
Tea that has been grown, harvested and processed in the Vale of Glamorgan is now gracing the shelves of one of the most iconic food and drink retailers in the world – Fortnum and Mason.
As part of the Ffres! Festival of Veg - Wales’s first Festival of Veg – Food Vale has launched a series of videos celebrating community growing projects in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Food Vale has released a video created in collaboration with Barry school children, introducing the public to the Food Vale Charter.