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You can filter the events by day, category or area. Take a look at our family events, land and growing activities, feasts & festivities, and plenty more to involve and inspire.

The Bristol Food Connections Hub will be a hosting all manner of creative activities, drop in workshops and talks all week long, check out what’s on here. We have set up our Festival Hub at the Bristol Energy hub, Waterfront, Bristol BS1 4XJ. 

You can also get involved with the festival by cooking and sharing food with your colleagues, neighbours, friends and family – find out more on our festival theme page.

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Food Choices Panel

Welcome to our 2018 programme.We’ve got over 100 events going on throughout the week, check back in with us as more are added.

You can filter the events by day, category or area. Take a look at our family events, land and growing activities, feasts & festivities, and plenty more to involve and inspire.

The Bristol Food Connections Hub will be a hosting all manner of creative activities, drop in workshops and talks all week long, check out what’s on here. We have set up our Festival Hub at the Bristol Energy hub, Waterfront, Bristol BS1 4XJ. 

You can also get involved with the festival by cooking and sharing food with your colleagues, neighbours, friends and family – find out more on our festival theme page.

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    Food Choices Panel

    Theme: Land & Growing, Future of Food, Wellbeing, Food Journeys, Festival Hub
    Venue: Festival Hub, City Centre
    On: Saturday 16th June
    Time: 12:00 pm
    Address: Bristol Energy Hub, Waterfront, BS1 5UH

    Join Gaz Oakley (the avant-garde vegan), Rachel de Thample (chef and advocate of eating less meat), Isaac Price-Sosner from Flexi Bristol (flexitarianism), Kamaldeep Sidhu (‘real food’ advocate), and Richard Young (Sustainable Food Trust Policy Director) in this panel debate looking at the decisions we make around what we eat, and why we choose to be vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or a full-on meat eater. This panel is chaired by Nessie Reid (Global Diversity Foundation Coordinator, Oxford Real Farming Conference & creator of The Milking Parlour). We’ll see these experts from each field in the spotlight talking about what drives their choices and discuss the challenges many of us face when deciding what and how to eat, considering the influence of our social networks and family traditions, awareness of environmental and personal health, and the bombardment of “do’s and don’ts” from the media.

    This is a free event and lasts 45 minutes, no need to book. Just get yourself to the Festival Hub in good time.