Jimmys Homessless Shelter says “Thank You”

Jimmy’s Homless Shelter says a big ‘Thank You’ to the pupils of Foodshare School Milton Primary for their freshely made soup.     To read more about coverage of Foodshare on the TV, Radio and in the Press, please take a look at Foodshare in the News.   Tweet This Post


Pupils Grow Their Own Soup Kitchen

An article from the Cambridge Evening News. (Image and words: Cambridge Evening News)   To read more about coverage of Foodshare on the TV, Radio and in the Press, please take a look at Foodshare in the News. Tweet This Post


Foodshare on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Here’s a lovely piece broadcast this morning on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire about a Foodshare School – Milton Primary – growing and cooking their produce to feed 30 homeless people. Press the play button below to listen. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] To read more about coverage of Foodshare on the TV, Radio and in the […]


Foodshare Hits National News Headlines

Foodshare’s latest project the “Grow-Cook-Share” Day has made the front page of the BBC News website this evening. Find out about the wonderful day Milton Primary (the first school to sign up as a Foodshare School) had when they harvested their vegetables and learnt how to turn them into a tasty soup to feed 30 homeless people. […]


Calling all Philanthropists – Join The Foodshare 50

“A wonderful scheme,” Prince Charles “A fantastic idea!” Gardeners’ Question Time, Radio 4 Are you passionate about food growing and the environment? Do you believe that every child should have access to a growing space at school to learn how to grow and appreciate the real value food? Do you believe in nurturing the caring, […]


Eat Your Greens!

An article about the wonderful Cambridge Cookery School, Milton Primary School and Foodshare To read more about coverage of Foodshare on the TV, Radio and in the Press, please take a look at Foodshare in the News. Tweet This Post


ITV News Feature: School Soup Kitchen for the Homeless

Watch this wonderful feature about the day pupils from Miltom Primary School harvested their produce and cooked a huge soup at the Cambrdige Coookery School to feed over 35 Homeless people at Jimmy’s Night Shelter. To read more about coverage of Foodshare on the TV, Radio and in the Press, please take a look at […]


BBC Radio Interview with Foodshare Mark and Fiona O’Shea

BBC’s Sue Marchant and an indepth Interview with Foodshare Co-founder Mark Desvaux and pioneering Foodshare School teacher Fiona O’Shea. Press the play button below to listen. PART 1: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]   PART 2: [Audio clip: view full post to listen]   To read more about coverage of Foodshare on the […]


Foodshare Welcomes Government-Supported ‘Food Growing in Schools’ Task Force

Children in more than half our schools are missing out because they don’t grow their own fruit and veg according to a group of experts including a celebrity gardener, an international sportsman, food charities and national supermarkets. The group have come together to encourage more schools to grow fruit and vegetables. The Food Growing in Schools Task […]


School Children Grow Their Own Soup Kitchen To Feed Homeless

Milton C of E Primary School in Cambridgeshire have created a unique way to feed the homeless – a soup created entirely with produce grown, harvested and lovingly prepared by the pupils. The Foodshare Grow-Cook-Share project is the latest in a number of school initiatives created by the Cambridge-based charity Foodshare whose aim is to […]


 
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