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.
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.
On 23rd August Vale over 20 foodies gathered in Rhoose Community Centre to connect with one another and discuss ideas for the local food system.
Come along to our Food Vale August meet-up Wednesday 23rd August.
Food Vale joined 90+ local food leaders and MPs in Parliament to call on better Government investment in healthy and sustainable food. ‘Investing in a better food future’ event on 14 June showcased the innovative role of food partnerships in improving local economy and community health.
The full programme of events for the ‘Vale Food Trail’ has now been revealed
The Vale of Glamorgan Council will soon offer free school meals to all primary pupils, once again delivering above and beyond Welsh Government targets.
A new event will shine a light on the evolving local food scene in the Vale of Glamorgan - with a particular focus on showcasing sustainable food and drink.
Cardiff and Vale UHB’s Local Public Health and Dietetics Teams have been working in partnership to highlight the Food Related Benefits that exist to support families on a low income to access healthier food.
A new Catering and Hospitality Academy aims to get more skilled professionals into the hospitality sector
The Catering and Hospitality Academy is designed to give you the well-rounded skills required to start your career in hospitality. This course is aimed at individuals who would like to explore front-of-house and back-of-house career pathways; and who want to find work in this fast paced and diverse industry.
We’re thrilled to announce a new weekly Get Cooking course at Castleland Community Community Centre in Barry.
On behalf of our Project Partnership, it is our pleasure to invite you to attend the joint launch of the Llantwit Food Project
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.