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Looking for a Plot

Started by Ray and Darren Marshall-Sewell. Last reply by Nancy Sampson Apr 14, 2021. 1 Reply

Good Evening All.We have been refused a local allotment is Wells (Wookey Hole).We are keen to find a plot somewhere that we can use to grow food etc. Happy for it to be a share etc.Can anyone help…Continue

Connect with your community

Started by Alive Feb 7, 2018. 0 Replies

Older people living in care are twice as likely to experience loneliness as those in the community.We are looking for friendly volunteers with an interest in helping others to gardening, to support…Continue

Tags: #givingback, #gardening, #volunteer

Can You Help Combat Loneliness?

Started by Alive Nov 29, 2017. 0 Replies

Growing Support are looking for friendly volunteers with interests in gardening and supporting people, to help older people and people with dementia take part in gardening activities.  You will…Continue

Join our volunteers!

Started by Alive Aug 17, 2017. 0 Replies

We're looking for friendly volunteers to join our team working hard to enable people with dementia to stay physically and socially active.Join us and make a valuable contribution to your community,…Continue

Fab! Toolkit: Action on Food and Wellbeing FoodMatters have recently produced a publication called the fab! Action on food and wellbeing toolkit. This toolkit was originally written to accompa…

Fab! Toolkit: Action on Food and Wellbeing







FoodMatters have recently produced a publication called the fab! Action on food and wellbeing toolkit. This toolkit was originally written to accompany the Food Matters’ fab! training, it is given to participants who have attended training as an aide-memoire and a reference guide for delivering the six week fab! programme.

It has now been updated and can be used as a stand-alone toolkit without the need to have undertaken the training although the fab training will benefit anyone working on food and mental health with vulnerable client groups. This toolkit details why integrating food and wellbeing into rehabilitation programmes is essential to long term success. The toolkit outlines what is needed to run a successful fab! programme with weekly session plans, course materials, handouts and facilitators’ notes, and additional information and a CD of resources. This toolkit is intended to be used sequentially; however the weekly topics stand-alone and can be delivered as one off sessions if that is more appropriate for the groups you are working with.
 
The fab! toolkit now available to buy. It has been printed on strong durable paper and is presented in a ring binder for easy use.











ORDER NOW:

You can order the Fab! Toolkit directly on our website for £40 and preview a few pages by following this link: http://foodmatters.org/projects/fab/
A4, 155 pages, printed on 160gsm paper and bound with four ring binder. 
 

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