Only two weeks to go till our very first AGM – and you’re invited. There will be the minimum of shuffling of papers and financial reports and the maximum of cupcakes, casserole and conversation…
We are delighted also that Phil Hanlon from Glasgow University is coming to speak, there will also be a chance to meet other members, share ideas about how to take the project forward. You can get involved in the community garden schemes, join the Bread Club, swap recipes, and give your feedback.
As part of the Culture and Well-being study, Phil Hanlon (Professor of Public Health at Glasgow University) has recently launched a new website which asks the question, ‘what’s next for the health of society?’ See videos and details on his ‘Afternow’ project here.
September 18, 2010 01:00 PM – 04:30 PM
Burntisland Parish Church Halls, East Leven Street, Burntisland, Fife KY3
Lunch is free for all Fife Diet members and we ask for a voluntary contribution of £5 for non-members.