These are our partners in the St Mary’s school allottment, polytunnel and food project, and cookery classes. The intention of the HOME in BRIDPORT PROJECT is to help create local employment while celebrating local life in a beautiful rural land and seascape. Its beginning point is always within building trust and friendship through cultural work.
Bridport Food Matters is a collaborative enterprise involving several existing community food stakeholders. BFM aims to build resilience, mutual aid and a supportive and sharing economy, primarily through the promotion of food equality and cooperation, for the benefit of the people and families of Bridport and its surrounding area.
The orchard is freely available for everyone to enjoy informally, and also for public events organised either by the orchard group, or other local groups, on application to BCOG. BCOG is made up entirely of volunteers. New volunteers are always welcome (there’s no membership fee)
If you would like to join us, please contact Jenn Baker, BCOG Chair, for further information
We’re working to make the Bridport bioregion a home to thriving people, in a thriving place, whilst respecting the wellbeing of all people, and the health of the whole planet. We’re just getting started. Our plan is to incorporate as a Community Benefit Society as soon as we get 20 local people contributing £5+/mo
Bridport Local Food Group promotes regional farmers, food producers and retailers. It organises and runs the annual Bridport Food Festival as well as educational projects around the town.
A campaigning group active on cleaning up our rivers and beaches, working towards a Plastic Free Bridport, planting trees, and running stalls on Earth Day and Bridport Food Festival to raise environmental issues. Last year WD FoE organised the hugely successful Great Big Green Week in Bridport.