Everyone is welcome to attend the next Food Futures Forum.
The Forum is an opportunity to meet others with an interest in the food agenda in Manchester, share ideas, develop collaborative work and shape priorities for food work in the city. The focus of the forum will be on making Manchester a sustainable food city by identifying what actions will have the greatest health, social, environmental and economic benefits for Manchester people and wider society.
Speakers will be:
Tom Andrews, Director of Sustainable Food Cities Programme will provide us with inspirational examples of what could be achieved in Manchester.
Mike Berners-Lee, Director of Small World Consulting will be presenting the findings from ‘Sustainable Food in Manchester’ – a study commissioned by Manchester City Council to inform Food Futures and Manchester:A Certain Future strategies.
The Forum is free and open to anyone, however places are limited and filling up fast so please register as soon as possible if you haven’t already done so.
Please email Lindsay Laidlaw firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
We look forward to seeing you on 25th
Programme Manager – Food Futures
Public Health Manchester
Manchester City Council
Tel: (external) 0161 234 4268
Tel: (Internal) 800 4268
Fax: 0161 274 7006