Thousands of people across the city have taken part in the first Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival.
Community groups, gardens, local businesses and schools organised 45 events and activities in the last two months which attracted around 4,000 attendees and distributed more than 5,000 vegetable plants grown by Cardiff Council’s Bute Park Nurseries to encourage people to start growing at home.
The Festival, a programme of physically-distanced and virtual events about growing, cooking and sharing food, was organised by Food Cardiff to tackle two major issues which have been exacerbated by Covid-19 – food insecurity and isolation.
Although the Festival has officially finished for 2020, we have a whole toolkit of resources to help groups get involved and organise good food activities in future. Find the full dropbox toolkit here or download some of the key resources below.
- Ideas for Events and Activities (English and Welsh)
- How to promote your activity (in lead up) (English and Welsh)
- How to celebrate your activity (afterwards) (English and Welsh)
- Social media images (English and Welsh)
- How to take good photos and videos for social media
- Participant survey (English and Welsh)