Launched in July 2015, the Feeding Derbyshire alliance continues to pilot sustainable solutions to address food insecurity across the county. Our vision is a Derbyshire where no-one goes hungry, a county where everyone has access to good quality, affordable food.
Derbyshire is one of the original Feeding Britain pilot areas, and our alliance works strategically to respond to the dynamic socio-economic landscape within which it operates.
Feeding Derbyshire seeks to help those struggling with low incomes, debt and poor access to affordable, nutritious food. We aim to reduce the negative impact of hunger by working to ensure our projects are inclusive and reach the most vulnerable people in the county. We intend to give families and individuals the confidence and capacity to be self-reliant, able to meet their own and their children’s needs.
The Feeding Derbyshire partnership is headed by Rural Action Derbyshire working with the Diocese of Derby, Derbyshire County Council, FareShare East Midlands, the Citizens Advice Bureau and Community Voluntary Services across the Boroughs and Districts of the county.
Feeding Derbyshire holds regular Food Poverty Forums. For more information about the next event please follow the link below:
Food Poverty Forum January 2020
Feeding Derbyshire Newsletter October 2019
Jo Peck, Project Coordinator 01629 592978/ 07738 107072 [email protected]
Find a foodbank near you.
Working with public, private and voluntary sector partners to tackle rural poverty in Derbyshire.
Information and links for your Food Project
To help community organisations tackle food poverty across Derbyshire, Rural Action Derbyshire (on behalf of the Feeding Derbyshire Partnership) will be delivering a series of free 1-day workshops.
Derbyshire County Council's 'Love Food Hate Waste' news: Christmas edition.
Find out more about the projects and work we are involved in.
On June 18th 2019 Rural Action Derbyshire held the first Feeding Derbyshire Symposium at the Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. The purpose of the Symposium was to answer one question:
Are we doing enough to address food insecurity in Derbyshire?