We want to live in a city where everyone can eat good food. But we cannot achieve this alone, everyone in Liverpool has a role to play in making this vision a reality.
Hundreds of residents and organisations have been involved in co-producing the first phase of Liverpool’s Good Food Plan.
This plan addresses key issues related to the food we eat in Liverpool including:
• Food insecurity
• Access to and take-up of healthy, nutritious food
• The impact the food we eat is having on our planet
• And the practices by which the food we eat is produced
Join us on Wednesday 10th November from 7pm to 8:30pm alongside the city’s leaders, businesses, community groups and residents to explore what we can do together to create a city where everyone can eat good food.
There will be opportunities both on the night and afterwards for residents, organisations, and businesses to pledge their support towards creating a city where everyone can eat good food. Attendees will be contacted nearer the time with further details about this element of the evening.
Who’s the event for?
Everyone! This event aims to bring together residents, city leaders, business owners, community volunteers; anyone who is passionate about tackling food insecurity, interested in the development of the city, who wants to come along or who wants to know more about how they can be a part of creating a city where everyone can eat good food.
To register for this free event, please click here.
Parking is available at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
For general enquiries please contact Jennifer Graham on firstname.lastname@example.org. For venue enquiries, including questions about access, please contact Claire Hanlon at email@example.com
This event is co-hosted by Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool Cathedral, Feeding Liverpool and Together Liverpool.