Food waste, bad taste

If we’re going to meet the Sustainable Development Goal 12.3.1, we have to halve food waste by 2030. Within the last three years, supply chain food waste has dropped 4% compared to the previous five years

Alexandria Riley on climbing the ranks with new TV dramas

Alexandria Riley's career has taken on a whole new dimension with ITV crime drama, The Pembrokeshire Murders, co-starring Luke Evans and Keith Allen and the BBC’s In My Skin

Let’s make smart, sustainable shopping our future

In a society where we’ve become overwhelmed with choice and information, we could all do with a little helping hand to becoming more eco-friendly in how we shop for food

Average DFG council spending shows steady growth

As Freedom of Information (FOI) requests find that councils in England have collectively spent more than £125m on Disabled Facilities Grants in 2018/9, The MJ analyses the regions issuing the most and least funding and the progress of DFG distribution Image credit: Pixabay. DFG spending has increased from more than £85m in 2009/10 to £125m … Continue reading Average DFG council spending shows steady growth

Save the Children continues centenary celebrations at Llandaff Cathedral

Children’s charity continues to celebrate its centenary and groundbreaking campaigns in Wales with prestigious cathedral concert Image credit: Save the Children – Wales. Families Connect, Newport, Wales. One of the projects Save the Children – Wales is working on A concert to celebrate the centenary of Save the Children and its work in Wales will take place at … Continue reading Save the Children continues centenary celebrations at Llandaff Cathedral

Splott community group wins funding for social activities

Green Squirrel will use the funding towards developing workshops, outdoor learning events and wild play for the local community Image credit: Green Squirrel. The Co-op Foundation’s Endangered Spaces campaign supports 2,000 community spaces considered at risk Green Squirrel community group in Splott has been awarded £10,000 by the Co-op Foundation to introduce more social activities. Founded in 2012 … Continue reading Splott community group wins funding for social activities

Launch of CRASH poetry night unveils local creative talent

A new poetry night organised by two local poets delivered a broad range of experimental poetry which is set to return in the new year James Knight, left, was one of the poets to take the CRASH stage and read a number of his published and unpublished poems A new poetry night hosted at the … Continue reading Launch of CRASH poetry night unveils local creative talent

Gluten free food show set for higher turnout this year

Rising awareness of coeliac disease means Coeliac UK’s Wales Gluten Free Food Show will likely welcome its biggest turnout to date Image credit: Coeliac UK. More than 20 local and national companies will be present offering samples from their ranges An independent charity’s gluten free food festival will return to Cardiff on 16 November and … Continue reading Gluten free food show set for higher turnout this year