Who's Involved

Who's Involved

Food 4 Fife Partnership members

  • Jo-Anne Valentine, NHS Fife
  • Vicki Bennett, NHS Fife
  • Ross Martin, Food Insecurity Group, Fife Council
  • Lorraine Hartley, NHS Fife Procurement
  • Derek Hamilton, Fife Council procurement
  • Jacqui Laing, Fife Council procurement
  • Steve Mackay, St Andrews Catering manager
  • Tariq Ditta, Facilities senior manager, Fife Council
  • Pamela Stevenson, Service manager, Economic Development, Fife Council
  • Will Docker, Balgove Larder
  • John Wincott, Chair of Fife Environmental Partnership
  • Hugh Muschamp, Lead officer Climate change and Zero Waste ,Fife Council
  • Andy Maclellan, Team manager Communities and Neighbourhoods, Fife Council
  • Fife’s Community Climate Action Network

The Food4Fife Partnership are working with Nourish Scotland and the Fork to Farm dialogues. These dialogues bring Fife farmers, members of the National Farmers Union and Food4Fife members together to build a platform for learning, knowledge-sharing, and opportunities.

They are held monthly. To join these dialogues please contact Carolynm.bell@fife.gov.uk

Fork to Farm Dialogues

Nourish Scotland is a charity focusing on food policy and practice. Nourish and the National Farmers Union recently published a report on Farming for 1.5 degrees which sets out suggested stages and lists several approaches to meeting the ambitious target of the Scottish Government to reach zero-Carbon by 2045.

Nourish Scotland


Help bring about change where you live

Joining a local group taking action on climate change can bring about the biggest impacts. Some local groups are listed below. All these groups belong to a network of groups called Fife Communiities Climate Action Network (FCCAN)

Let's tackle climate change together

Find out more about what Fife is doing to take on our climate emergency