Fife Community Food Project wins prestigious award!

The Fife Community Food Project has been awarded the REHIS (Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland) President’s Award for 2017, in recognition of the project’s significant contribution to the improvement and protection of health and wellbeing in Scotland through community training activities.

The Fife Community Food Project plays a key role in tackling food insecurity in Fife, working with low-income individuals and families to develop knowledge, skills and confidence around preparing healthy meals and supporting grassroots initiatives which give people better access to healthy food.

The award was presented at a ceremony in Edinburgh earlier this month. Pictured here are Food Development Workers Catherine Nugent and Iain Anderson, and Co-Leader of Fife Council Cllr David Alexander (middle).