Resilient Green Spaces - Innovative Food Hubs


Working with SF&G, Open Food Network, Development Trusts Association Wales and The Land Workers’ Alliance have joined forces to help establish five new enterprising and sustainable food hubs in communities across Wales! Each hub will provide food that is good for people, good for the environment and good for local business by promoting short supply chains. This work is part of the Resilient Green Spaces project.

In October 2021 we asked organisations to tell us how we could support their vision, and following a competitive application process, we’re delighted to announce that the five organisations that were successful in being selected to develop a food hub were:

•    Siop Griffiths, Penygroes
•    Partneriaeth Ogwen, Bethesda
•    Canolfan Maerdy, Ammanford
•    EcoDewi, St Davids
•    Cwm Food Hub based at Welcome to our Woods, Rhondda

We look forward to working with these groups and will post regular updates and progress here, and on our social media channels!

Resilient Green Spaces is a £1.27m partnership project being led by Social Farms & Gardens to pilot alternative re-localised food systems using communities and their green spaces as the driving force for change across Wales until June 2023. This project is funded through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the Welsh Government and the European Union.  


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Includes our own training events and workshops, and selected events and training run by organisations in the sector we think might be relevant. We aim to share the buzz and keep you informed.