Monthly Archives: March 2019

Co-operative education catering service – Southampton City Council

5th March, 2019 / CCIN

Since spinning out from the local council in April 2015, we have transformed the way that we serve our local community. City Catering Southampton has evolved from being a provider of meals to a non-for-profit organisation who believes that great quality food, served with kindness and care is a right, not a privilege. Now, the ...

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Oldham Food Network – Oldham Council

29th March, 2018 / CCIN

What is it? The Oldham Food Network… Is a community-led organisation – run by local people, for local people Brings together groups from communities across Oldham involved in food activity Engages members Borough-wide Read more: Oldham Food Network – Oldham Council

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Co-operative education catering service – CATERed – Plymouth City Council

12th January, 2018 / CCIN

CATERed is unique – for the first-time schools have agreed to share their budgets and resources with each other in an open, transparent and co-operative way for the benefit of children and young people. Imagine – 67 Head teachers and governing bodies all voting for the same thing at the same time? CATERed was created ...

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Building the ‘Social’ Market Place

5th October, 2017 / CCIN

The Council has already started to build a social market place in the City – both through its own actions and through the strong partnerships that it has with the VCSE and business sectors. Practical steps aimed at developing and anchoring the social value market in Salford include: the Council Social Value and Sustainability Policy, ...

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