The Community Farm is seeking a Managing Director to lead the day-to-day running and the development of The Community Farm.
The Community Farm are seeking a new Head Grower to lead and manage all aspects of the growing operation.
There’s a lot of new exciting sponsored events opportunities with Temwa to get 2015 off to a flying start!!! Temwa is a Bristol based Charity working closely with the communities of Northern Malawi by providing an infrastructure that supports families facing financial and humanitarian hardship. Temwa works in partnership with the community to fight these issues by training villagers to grow fruit and vegetables, combating deforestation with the planting of trees, running HIV and AIDS testing centres and support groups and provides start-up business loans through micro-finance.
On Wednesday 11th February, FoodCycle Bristol, a charity aimed at tackling food waste and food poverty, will be hosting a Spring Pop-Up Restaurant, an evening guaranteed for delicious food and fun!
A tasty three course vegetarian meal made entirely of surplus food will be served at The Station Kitchen at the Old Fire Station on Silver Street. The food will be collected from local bakeries and supermarkets in Bristol by volunteers. It will then be whipped up to create a hearty and healthy meal. The evening will be jam packed with entertainment including live music and more. As usual B.Y.O.B so feel free to bring your own tipple.
Every Sunday FoodCycle serves delicious meals to those who attend Easton Community Centre in Bristol. We also work in partnership with other local organisations and welcome an eclectic mix of wonderful people into the extended dining room. Every week we collect surplus produce locally from Sainsbury’s and independent retailers and use these ingredients to prepare nutritious meals to be served to the community.
All proceeds from the Pop-Up event will go towards our main project in Easton.
So if you fancy popping down for music, food (waste) and wonky vegetable fun, tickets cost a minimum £6 and are available from:
FoodCycle is a national charity with regional hubs. Our vision is “no good food wasted”, combining the joint goals of reducing food waste and food poverty. We provide nutritious meals to vulnerable people at risk of food poverty, by collecting surplus food from supermarkets and shops, and transforming these ingredients into a healthy three course meal for free! Our meal serves 20-40 guests at Easton Community Centre. We also have community outreach and education projects, as well as a community garden.
FoodCycle Bristol is completely voluntary led; food is collected by bike from shops and transported to Easton, where a team of cooking volunteers cook the three course meal.
South West and South Wales International Development Network (SWIDN) are looking for an enthusiastic web development intern.
The South West and South Wales International Development Network is an organised networking platform and programme of events, run by a group of like-minded individuals and organisations. The SWIDN is designed to support, inform and connect professionals, academics and students engaged in the international development sector in South West England and South Wales. We have around 40 organisational members and over 160 individual members. Read more – www.swidn.weebly.com
FRANK Water is a small, exciting and dynamic Bristol charity dedicated to providing access to life-changing safe drinking water & sanitation for the world’s poorest communities. FRANK Water funds projects that use appropriate solutions for effective water treatment and strives to be at the forefront of finding solutions to the large and small challenges of creating effective safe water projects. The projects are community owned and run, with emphasis on making each project sustainable in the long-term.
FRANK Water is a small UK-based charity dedicated to providing access to much-needed safe drinking water for the world’s poorest communities. FRANK Water funds projects that use appropriate solutions for effective water treatment and strives to be at the forefront of finding solutions to the large and small challenges of creating effective safe water projects. The projects are community owned and run, with emphasis on making each project sustainable in the longterm.
Real Economy is a not-for-profit co-operative that is working to improve access to fresh food and strengthen community life in Bristol. Our model is to help residents set up food buying groups so that they can order food collectively and have it delivered to the group, making food bills cheaper and offering a chance to meet neighbours. Continue reading
Resource Futures is looking for enthusiastic individuals to help Wiltshire Council to improve future waste and recycling services.
This is a great opportunity for someone looking to get involved in the environmental sector and gain some all important experience.
We have an exciting role for a reliable, independent and highly motivated intern to assist and get involved in marketing and communications for an international development charity. The ideal candidate will be fluent in English, have strong written and communication skills, as well as a thorough knowledge of social media and passion for international development.