9th January 2015 – In just a few weeks, farmhouse kitchens across the country will be filled with mouth-watering smells in support of the Farmers’ Union of Wales campaign to support locally produced Welsh Food.
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23rd December 2014 – Would you like to help children and their families to get fitter, healthier and happier in 2015? Find out how you can make a difference.
18th December 2014 – The City of Cardiff Council is facing a £124 million budget shortfall over the next 3 years and has opened its consultation on budget proposals for 2015/16. Find out how you can have your say.
15th December 2014 – Looking for a healthy and fun way to kickstart 2015? Take part in Cardiff and Vale Public Health Team’s Dry January Workplace Challenge for a chance to win a fabulous Green City Events prize!
10th December 2014 – The government has agreed to extend the Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) to small-scale community farms and horticultural activities.
8th December 2014 – The Inquiry intends to pose a series of key questions to each of the political parties in the run-up to the next general election about how they will respond to rising hunger and food poverty in this country.
1st December 2014 – From 28 November 2014, trade to trade food businesses in Wales come within the scope of the Food Hygiene Rating (Wales) Act.
3rd December 2014 – WRAP Cymru, supported by Welsh Government, is seeking to reduce the amount of avoidable food waste thrown away by Welsh businesses and households.
21st November 2014 – Cardiff is celebrating World Fisheries Day today with a pledge to serve millions of sustainable fish meals in schools and hospitals and at Cardiff University
1st December – Book your place today and get some tips on how to make the whole family get fitter, healthier and happier!