Feeding Bristol are thrilled to publish the full programme with ticket links for Food Justice Fortnight 2024!

Last year’s fortnight of discussions and activities showed us how coming together and sharing food can have an immediate impact: it makes us feel more connected to each other, which is key to building community resilience. Taking time to celebrate small wins as well as big achievements is in itself an act of defiance.

This year, Food Justice Fortnight returns with three main aims:

  • celebrate communities and the work happening to champion Food Justice in Bristol
  • make space for important conversations about Food Justice
  • connect individuals, organisations, and communities to help build the city’s food resilience

Bristol has shone a light on its collaborative spirit once again, with more than 25 organisations working together to host 20 events across the city (and counting!). You can expect supper clubs, workshops, film screenings, panel discussions, strategic meetings, food activities and a lot of shared meals! And all tickets apart from the Fundraiser Supper Club are available for free.

Sharing our Food Stories

This year’s theme is ‘Sharing our Food Stories’, which will highlight the way food can nurture a sense of identity while also helping us build stronger connections through the power of storytelling.

By listening to each other’s food stories, we can become more resilient to misleading narratives and unhelpful stereotypes, and feel more connected to our communities and better informed about the experiences of others.

Programme highlights:

June 23rd Children’s food takeover! The Children’s Kitchen and Felix Road Adventure Playground host an afternoon of cooking, talking, eating and playing!

June 24th Food Justice Fortnight Launch Event at City Hall – with brunch and networking

June 28th Delicious Community Meal at Ambition Lawrence Weston with Liza and Beulah

July 3rd Food Justice Fortnight Summer Supper Club – fundraiser for Moveable Feast and Feeding Bristol with the fantastic Team Canteen at Emmeline, Spike Island

July 5th Closing celebration feast at The Park Centre in Knowle West with One Love Hub and Square Food Foundation

We can’t wait to see everyone to share our stories and ideas about how to carry on working together for Food Justice.

Sell out warning!

Last year most events sold out, so click on the links in the programme to book your a space and avoid disappointment.

Plans changed? No problem! But please email info@feedingbristol.org to let us know so we can give your ticket to somebody on the waiting list!

More information about Food Justice Fortnight, along with a programme and ticket links, can be found here, or email info@feedingbristol.org

Photos by Luke Cass and Caspar Day