We have seen many changes in how we consume food during lockdown.
The Welsh concept of Milltir Sgwar, square mile, promotes the ideology of belonging to and being immersed in a small community. This in turn could be interpreted as promoting the principles of returning to the benefits brought by a reduced supply chain. Local food supply and distribution saw a resurgence during lockdown that we haven’t seen since WW2. Have these changes, whether they be seen as rediscoveries or reinventions, been enough to secure the future of Welsh food cultures or will we all return to our old ways once lockdown is lifted?
Speakers are: Carolyn Steel, architect and author of “Hungry City” Chair; Ian Rasmussen, senior Lecturer University at The University of Chester, Slow Food member, campaigner on animal welfare issues; Jane Powell, educator, writer and activist; Jenny Rathbone, member of the Senedd for Cardiff Central; Patrick Holden, CEO Sustainable Food Trust; Dr Simon Roberts , senior lecturer at the University of Chester and writer with an interest in devolution, regionalism and place; Simon Wright; Trine Hughes, chair of Slow Food Cymru Wales; Nia Williams (moderator), Director for Wales, Slow Food in the UK.
Free event. For additional information, click here. Event organised by Slow Food in the UK.
Event languages: EN