Tag Archives: FareShare

This week FareShare could benefit from many of us


This week is a financial campaign for FareShare Sussex that is a charity that is based in Brighton but which covers the whole of Sussex and also many parts of Surrey. FareShare is an organisation that I helped to set … Continue reading

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Thank you for your FareShare question Fleur Anderson


So I have planned a focus on FareShare on my blog on Monday which will also be included in the Argus newspaper which covers the whole of Sussex. After I had submitted that blog I spotted a question that Fleur … Continue reading

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The Government must provide more funds for FareShare


Last Thursday in the House of Commons Jessica Morden who is the Labour MP for Newport East in South Wales raised a very significant question to the Government as part of several questions under the theme of Food Security. The … Continue reading

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Sign the petition – There’s a a shocking lack of signatures


At the end of June a petition was published and although there have been signatures on most days ever since there are still less than 3,500 signatures and sadly it will come to an end in a few days. Although … Continue reading

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Three important food campaigns this Christmas


There are three important food campaigns this Christmas, each of which is focused on the needs for people in all parts of the UK. As The Trussell Trust explains in their Winter Campaign which is entitled Impossible Decisions and which … Continue reading

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Layla Moran calls for Surplus Food to be funded


On Wednesday Layla Moran who is the Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for International Development and Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs challenged the Prime Minister with her concern about Surplus Food which she clearly recognises that it needs to be redistributed. In doing … Continue reading

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The relevance of COP26 ending close to 11th November


Officially the COP26 event was due to end yesterday and it took place on the 12th November, one day after Remembrance or Armistice Day which this year was 103 years since the end of World War 1. While COP26 is … Continue reading

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A clear call to this petition from Conor McGinn


In the House of Commons on Friday the Government Minister Jo Churchill responded to two written questions from Conor McGinn who is the Labour MP in St Helens North near Liverpool. Conor is also the Shadow Minister for the Home … Continue reading

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Two vital groups of MPs focused on food waste


Ten weeks ago I came across a publication from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee (EFRA) that had called on the Government to fund charities like FareShare. My personal involvement was in the setting up of Sussex FareShare … Continue reading

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Please sign this petition – it will have an impact on our nation


Over the last few years I have signed numerous petitions and some of them have made a significant challenge onto the Government. So back nearly two months ago on 28th June I set out this petition which is a clear … Continue reading

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