For Islington residents
For professionals and organisations
Join the partnership
Anyone can join the Islington Food Partnership, including residents, voluntary and community sector organisations, mutual aid groups, funders, businesses, schools, early years settings, the council and local health services. If you are interested in joining, please email email@example.com
Collaborate with us
We regularly work in partnership on food projects across the Borough. If you would be interested in collaborating on projects and funding bids, or supporting our Borough projects, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Food Activists Network
Are you part of a community food project or interested in starting one?
Maybe you’re a food grower, member of a co-op or you volunteer at community events.
Join the Islington Food Activists Network to connect with other local people and share tips, advice and support.
Contact us for more information:
For grassroots groups or new projects, we’ve put together a list of links, resources and contacts that may be useful:
- template policies
- toolkits for making decisions together
- fiscal support
- plus other tips and tricks!
Join the Food Partnership
Anyone can join the Islington Food Partnership, including residents, voluntary and community sector organisations, mutual aid groups, funders, businesses, schools, early years settings, the council and local health services.
If you have any questions, you can email email@example.com
If you would like to join, please enter your email address below:
Select an area to find out more
Highbury & Mildmay
Holloway & Laycock
Caledonian & Barnsbury
Canonbury & St Mary's
If you are an Islington resident looking to find community food services or support
Please ring the Manor Gardens Welfare Trust Assistance line on:
or email us
Lines are open Monday – Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Anything else? Get in touch!
In case you have any questions or want to join the partnership please don't hesitate to get in touch with us