Our events may look a little different at the moment, but there’s still lots you can do at virtually and while social distancing.
We’re working on tools and materials for you to use in your kitchen, garden or window ledge. To make sure you’re the first to hear about them, join our Get Togethers Digital Community, and find us on Twitter and Facebook @SAFoodforLife and follow the hashtag #FFLGetTogethers.
The Big Lunch is run by our partners, Eden Project Communities.
The Big Lunch will look a bit different this year. Eden Project Communities, our partners, have some inspiring resources on how we can be kind to ourselves and others and make the most of even the smallest of growing spaces.
As part of our Get Togethers celebrations for The Big (Virtual) Lunch, Masterchef 2019 semi-finalist Sarah Dugdale will be hosting a Lunchtime Cookalong on Saturday 27 June. More information on how to sign up is coming very soon, so put the date in your diary. We can't wait to cook up a feast together!
World Food Day is coming up in autumn. There’s no strict recipe to what a World Food Day Get Together can be – it’s all about celebrating local food and the farmers, producers and local businesses who help us get it on the table. Watch this space for more ideas, tools and materials to get involved with World Food Day at home.
You can be a part of Get Togethers any time of year. Here are some ideas to connect with others whilst staying at home:
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