In 2013 I was offered the opportunity to bake the bread for The Foundling Museum‘s annual ‘Soup for 100’ event. The thought of baking loaves to be eaten by a gather of 100 people, including some I’ve long thought of as heroes, meant that the whole journey was a coming of age for me as a baker. I wrote about the experience for Real Bread Campaign magazine True Loaf:
In February 2014 I started delivering a Department of Health programme of work in the city of Norwich. The Walking Cities Programme is focused on tackling health inequalities through getting people travelling actively.
Throughout the year I was asked to write several blogs about my work for Living Streets. Read about some of the key topics that came up through the programme below:
March 2014 – Talking ’bout a walking cities revolution
October 2014 – QI, Stephen Fry and some moving facts
April 2015 – A walkable city needs small ideas
March 2015 – A walkable city needs people power
February 2015 – A walkable city needs self confidence