Growing A New Future in Clacks

An innovative food growing project powered by renewable energy is aiming to transform an area of vacant and derelict land on the River Forth in Clackmannanshire. A vertical farm is being developed for the site, where the post-industrial soil is too poor to allow...

Falkirk Community Growing Grants

From the 8th January 2024 Community groups and organisations in the Falkirk Council area will be able to apply for a Community Growing Grant. The grants of £50 – £500, will help groups buy eco-friendly* seeds, plants, soil, peat-free compost and garden tools and...

Good Food in Action: Community Skills Sharing in Sauchie

The Clacks Good Food Charter has a vision where Food in Clacks is ‘Good for Community: Where knowledge, skills and resources around Good Food are shared through greater cooperation Sauchie Active8, a local community group with nearly two decades of service, embodies...

Good Food in Action: Good Food For All at Hawkhill

The Clacks Good Food Charter has a vision where Food in Clacks is ‘Good for Health: Where the food that keeps us healthy & well is affordable and accessible to all with dignity.‘ Established two years ago, Hawkhill Community Shop is committed to ensuring...

Good Food in Action: Growing Food Together in Menstrie

The Clacks Good Food Charter has a vision where Food in Clacks is ‘Good for People: Where everyone has the opportunity to grow, cook & enjoy good food together’ A once-neglected piece of land in Menstrie has been transformed into a vibrant community...

Clacks Highlights How It Is Becoming A Sustainable Food Place

Clacks Good Food is showcasing three thriving sustainable food projects in the Wee County, in a bid to inspire more local businesses and organisations to adopt its Good Food Charter. The charter, funded by Sustainable Food Places, puts forward an inspiring vision for...