Eating Better

Opportunity to join Sparks in Broadmead!

By Ramona Andrews

Calling food community groups and good food businesses! Could you play a role in inspiring young people and the public to help address the climate emergency by getting involved with a new creative sustainability hub in Bristol city centre?

The Global Goals Centre and Artspace Lifespace are creating a hub in Bristol City Centre that brings to life the Sustainable Development Goals, modelling what a greener, fairer future can look like. 

With an average weekly footfall in Broadmead of 300,000 people, and an area wholly devoted to Good Food this is an exciting proposition! 

As Bristol Good Food, we would like to use some space to help promote the work of other community organisations across the city. We are also interested to know whether others would like to join us and make use of the space. 

There is a modest charge per square metre of space which could be staffed or used more like an exhibition area. Having a presence also gives organisations access to a large event space.

Ideas we have discussed include:

  • Screens to share existing Good Food films from the city, including those created for the Bristol Going for Gold bid
  • A map of community food organisations from across the city
  • A Bristol Good Food suggestion box
  • A display of upcoming Good Food events from across the city
  • A distribution point for excess produce for urban growers and gleaners
  • A shared community freezer for selling frozen meals

If you are interested in finding out more, please get in touch with Ramona at If you are a food business and want to be involved, please contact Jai at to register interest and find out more.

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So, what change do you want to see happen that will transform food in Bristol by 2030? Do you already have an idea for how Bristol can make this happen? Join the conversation now.

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