Highland Good Food Conversation - tickets now on sale

12 October 2020

HGFC have announced the dates of the online conference sessions - on five Monday afternoons in January and February 2021 - and tickets are now on sale.

The session dates are 11, 18 and 25 January, and 1 and 8 February, all from 1.00 to 5.00.

Tickets are at three different prices, according to an attendee's income or employment status and whether an organisation or business is paying, and allow access to all five sessions.

£50.00     earning over 25k, or organisation paying

£25.00     self-funding, and earning less than £25k.

£10.00     full-time student or unemployed

More information and ticket sales

October 2020

New blog post and podcast

As a follow-up to the recent podcast about good bread, HGFC's latest blog 'Flour to the People'  looks at the work of the milling and baking social enterprise Scotland the Bread.  


HGFC also announce that as well as their series of podcasts and blog posts they are gathering  extra resources on their website for those who are interested in finding out more about any of the subjects they are covering.

Also just out is the latest podcast 'What's your food story?', in which they chat to 6 people from across the Highlands to find out their food stories - both before and during the Covid-19 crisis.

From Inverasdale to Thurso, Fort William to Finland! With themes of community resilience, packaging, food poverty and kindness, this is not one to be missed.

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