Grand Union will be opening by appointment in August. Find out how you can visit us safely.

Black Lives Matter. We are are working to educate ourselves and think considerately how we can effectively use our privilege and agency to help change wider society. Read our full statement here.

Birmingham Alternative Food Networks

23 October 2018

6.30 - 8.30pm


Within the context of Ways of Learning,  artist Kirsty Clarke, hosted an informal discussion with community food buying groups and food producers within the mobile studio kitchen

This public discussion saw Bearwood Pantry Community Group, Model Farm and Kings Heath & Moseley Neighbourhood Food Group reflect upon their community based, alternative food distribution methods.

Joined by Slow Food Birmingham and other (local)  food activists, Kirsty invited conversation exploring the many stories of the active and alternative methods happening in the city which are working to ensure the growth of ethical and sustainable food production.

Other participants include:

BaladeeFreedom WinesClean KiloReal Junk Food Project