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Food Cooperative Forum

Submitted by on January 12, 2010 – 3:23 pm3 Comments

ants_appleCo-operativesUK would like to invite you to the Food Co-operatives Forum. This event is being run by the membership team and the Making Local Food Work project and will be held at the Birmingham Midlands Institute on the 12th February 2010.

The day will be chaired by Kath Dalmeny from Sustain who will share the key note speaking with Ed Mayo, Secretary General of Co-operativesUK.

This networking event will include workshops and case studies enabling attendees to share best practice and embrace the co-operative principle of ‘co-operation among co-operatives’.

This is a free event and the day will run from 10.30 to 4.30 with lunch supplied by the Warehouse Café, a vegetarian and vegan café based at Friends of the Earth.

Visit the Food Cooperatives Forum booking page for more detail and to book your place online.

If you are staying in Birmingham overnight on the 12th February please let us know as we will be organising a social event to enable people to continue networking.

For further information about the day and the Making Local Food Work project please contact:

Zena King, our Legal and Project Support Officer: phone: 0161 246 2953; email:

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