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0CommentsJuly 15th, 2012

Here is the FEAST evaluation report and video. Made over the dark winter months, involving direct consultation with our audiences and partners, we hope that these resources help tell the story of what we were up to over 2011. Download the TiR FEAST Evaluation report pdf here.

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A political feast; why skipping is a necessary evil

0CommentsJanuary 29th, 2014

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Today’s news told the story of three citizens being taken to court for the act of skipping. That is taking food from commercial bins, that is good to eat but would have otherwise been thrown away.

On the 25th October 2013, a member of the public called the police to report three men climbing over a wall at the back of an Iceland store in London. The three men were subsequently arrested, and faced prosecution for theft. Police arrested the men who were charged under the obscure 1824 ‘vagrancy act’, for stealing. However, later in the day it was reported that the Crown Prosecution Service decided to drop the charge. Nonetheless, this case raises very important questions about where responsibility for reducing food waste, and for reducing the increasing levels of food poverty in the UK.

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Time to toss for change, join the surplus salad toss @ the Give or Take event

0CommentsSeptember 20th, 2013

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On Saturday 28th September This is Rubbish, an anti food waste campaign focusing on the enormous issue of industry level food waste will be running workshops at an FRP Give or Take Event in Walthamstow.

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