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Bristol Good Food 2030


Welcome to Bristol Good Food – your route to everyone and everything making Bristol’s food system better for communities, climate and nature.


The way all of us produce, buy, cook, eat and throw away food in Bristol is important. It impacts our health, our communities, and our economy, and contributes to the climate and ecological emergencies the planet faces today.

By taking action for good food as a city, we can build a food system that is good for Bristol, and lead other cities in the UK and across the globe in co-creating a food system that’s good for everyone.

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Bristol Venues

Established in 1766, Clifton Observatory is an iconic landmark and an integral part of the Bristol landscape. The observatory has had a long and varied history, but one thing has remained consistent over the centuries: the spectacular and unforgettable views of Bristol, Avon Gorge, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

In 2015, we took on the incredible project of restoring Clifton Observatory. Over the past few years, we have worked hard to transform the observatory into a venue as unique as its views. Today, Clifton Observatory is home to the 360 café, a museum featuring a rare Victorian-era Camera Obscura, and the atmospheric and mythical Giant’s Cave.

They also own Armada House, which is a great new venue coming this spring!

The observatory is a distinctive venue available to hire for a range of events, from proposals and weddings to parties and conferences. Check out their website – Clifton Observatory

Soil Association

Soil is at the heart and soul of our planet. Put simply, we couldn’t live without it. Our bodies are built from and sustained by nutrients found in soil. Civilisations rise and fall on how well they treat their soils. Yet despite the fact that healthy soil remains crucial for food production, flood defences and our ability to tackle climate change, we don’t look after it


The Bristol Ferry

Our blue and yellow ferryboats began running in 1977 and have since become one of Bristol’s unique icons, a bright and friendly presence which can be seen all year round. We provide a community focused, friendly ferry service and we pride ourselves on our unrivalled reliability: Visitors are safe in the knowledge that we run our service every day except Christmas day come rain or shine; they can always expect a warm Bristol welcome from our staff.




Circomedia’s stunning performance venue, St Paul’s Church in Portland Square, Bristol, is a truly magical and unique setting for any event.

Westbury on Trym Village Hall

At Kate’s Kitchen, we have been catering for everything from weddings to children’s parties at our local Village Hall in Westbury on Trym for many years.