Digest information by day in the food waste forum, and dine in style by evening at This is Rubbish’s “Feast” finale.
Forum and Feast is the grand finale of This is Rubbish’s successful Wales wide tour of food waste feasts this summer, and will be aimed at environment and food waste interested individuals and groups. Working in collaboration with The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), it will take place at CAT’s innovative and beautiful low carbon WISE building, the Welsh Institute for sustainable education.
The event promises an in depth look at the causes and solutions of food waste with a range of experts including Dr Andy Rees; Head of Waste Strategy, Welsh Assembly Government, Dr Adrian Morley; Research Associate at Business Relationship, Accountability, Sustainability and Society (BRASS), Emma Marsh; Head of WRAP’s Love Food Hate Waste campaign, and Professor Martin Caraher, Reader in food and health policy at the dept of Health Management and Food Policy at City University. The forum, an engaging program of panel discussions, workshops, complimentary lunch, film screenings and exhibition (9.30am – 6.30pm), will be followed by an exceptional evening Feast; a three course sumptuous supper made form food that otherwise would’ve been wasted, served at a candle lit table, accompanied live music and original entertainment from troubadour folk band Bard (7.00 – 10pm). Full program details here.
Booking: Places are limited and advance booking is necessary. Please book your tickets here. Price includes refreshments and lunch.
Transport: For travel details please visit here
Accommodation: Booking comes with an exclusive offer of an ensuite twin room in the WISE complex for £62+ VAT per room per night or £31.00 per person based on two sharing.
We hope you can join us for an exciting, informative and waste saving event!