Natalie Ward, 91 Ways, was on hand with her excellent culinary skills to provide a tasty meal during the event which was concluded with attendees taking home their own slow cooker, an assortment of food products, and a recipe book to help them get started!
The event was a huge success, and we extend our sincere gratitude to all our partners helping us create a community event for members of the local area.
Bristol JSNArecently published a report on food insecurity in Greater Bristol – you can read the report here.
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