2015 Programme

Take a look at our 2015 programme to give you a taste of things to come in 2016.

In this, the UN International Year of Soil, Food Connections will explore where our food comes from and the impact food production has on the environment. Food Connections will also celebrate the incredible produce available on our doorstep and offer practical advice on growing food at home.

Events to inspire cooks of all ages and abilities to get in the kitchen and get cooking! Cooking demonstrations, interactive workshops, cook-offs and competitions will take place all over Bristol, focusing on simple, seasonal, local sourced food.

A programme of talks, seminars and workshops designed to challenge how we think and eat by addressing the global food issues we face. Food Connections will provoke debate on issues like food poverty, food waste and the sustainability of our food systems.

Break bread with your fellow Bristolians as the entire city is taken over by feasts of all shapes and sizes! Good food helps us to remember the good things in life and it has the power to bring communities together.

Fun, free activities to get your family excited about good food. Food Connections will offer activities to inspire the next generation to question where their food comes from and to make the connection between nutrition and nature.

Making the connection between what we eat and how we feel. Good food and exercise are the building blocks to vitality so Food Connections will offer science-based proof that you are what you eat and fun activities to get you moving!