People We Love

We're all about the community and so are these guys!

Ali T and the Shrewsbury Food Hub volunteer team work tirelessly to bring surplus supermarket food to the community

Clare runs a not-for-profit, social enterprise that designs and delivers engaging programmes with schools and community groups in Shropshire and surrounding areas. 

Brothers Ben and Elliot and their team's community kitchen use surplus food to bring gastronomic delights to their community

2021 sees the launch of a new, month long festival for Shropshire! With a multitude of events running county wide, this festival will involve, inform and enthuse us all about the natural world and solutions to the current crisis it is facing.  

Shropshire Master Composters are volunteers who encourage home composting and waste prevention. The group was established in 2006. Over 90 volunteers have since graduated from a special course which is run by Garden Organic with funding and support from Veolia Shropshire 

Shropshire Good Food Partnership have been with us since the start of the project and their mission is to bring people together to create a local food system which is good for people, place and planet. You too can get involved, just head over to their website and sign up!

Shropshire Good Food Partnership 

Iain 'Tolly' Tollhurst has been an organic gardener for the past 35 years and has developed a system of growing utilising green manures and ramial woodchip which is both stockfree and organic. The results from his poor soil are incredible!

The vision of Incredible Edibles Network is to create a kind, confident and connected community through food. These guys are the big and inspirational guys in the UK and much of what we do has been inspired by them!

Natural Gardener, Nancy Lowe is an RHS qualified organic gardener, ecological garden designer and permaculturalist. Nancy has a passion for sustainability and ecology, which she brings to everything she does. Running courses, offering consultancy, Nancy brings joy to everything she does

'Be a better fish' is based in Oswestry in Shropshire. Founders Paul and Claire work in the local community to help inspire, create and develop new and small business opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds. 

Based in Bishop's Castle , Little Woodbatch Farm not only grows and produces but are also responsible for the Bishop's Castle Community Seed Bank. At the heart of their mission is engaging with the community and supporting local food resilience.