Emily Fay from Shrewsbury Food Hub is asking organisations to share and seek help from the people of Shropshire. If you concerned about food poverty in Shropshire please help create solutions by sharing your experience of the current situation and what needs to change. Let’s tackle food poverty, together.
Emily writes “I work for the Shrewsbury Food Hub and we recently helped to form the Shropshire Food Poverty Alliance to find solutions to food poverty in Shropshire. If you have experienced food poverty or if you are from an organisation or community group who support people in food poverty, we need your feedback to build a clear picture of the current situation and to build better solutions. We want to bring people together to better connect the support services we already have, to identify gaps and to create an Action Plan to fill them. Please get involved to tackle this growing problem in our county”.
How to get involved:
Take part in the survey below:
- Take part in this survey and share your experience and tell us what needs to change – please pick the most relevant survey for you:
2. Come to a workshop
In June there are 4 half-day workshops to explore solutions. Do you have a view on what needs to change? Can you share your experience and ideas?
Workshops will be held on: (click on the dates below for more information and to book your place)