The activities

The Public Forum for Education (PFE) is an open forum where everyone, including parents and carers, young people and professionals,...Read more
The intergenerational Cook & Eat session started with a “walking bus” from a local school to a local church which...Read more
The WLE closing event in Bradford will count with the participation of local children, their parents & grandparents, as well...Read more
Younger people from the Brathay Trust and Princess Trust came to the Mary Seacole Court (a day centre for the...Read more
A meeting with local social organizations was organised on 14 May in Bradford, aiming to promote and enhance intergenerational cooking...Read more
Representatives from local organisation who have children as their service users (i.e. children’s centres, primary schools, charity organisations, community centres,...Read more
United Kingdom
West Yorkshire
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Bradford is a dynamic, post-industrial city in the north of England with a young and diverse population.

The ethnic diversity of the city is reflected in its culture which incorporates an array of different traditions, art, music, and food.

Bradford’s strong network of community organisations currently offers a range of activities and advice sessions that promote healthy living. The city has a 'healthy eating' strategy built upon existing initiatives and work is already being carried out to reduce poor nutrition, overweight and obesity in the city. The We Love Eating project in Bradford looks to build on this great foundation by providing positive and consistent health messages which the community can engage with in a fun and enjoyable way.

The We Love Eating project in Bradford is being led by Born in Bradford and HALE (Health Action Local Engagement). It is also supported by the local promoting group made up of a number of voluntary sector organisations as well as health professionals and local government agencies.

Find out who are the local representatives and supporters of the We Love Eating project in Bradford by clicking here.