Here you’ll find a selection of resources for you to discover and share with others in Bristol, including films, webinars and learning materials. You’ll also find a selection of words and pictures that will help you to show your support for Bristol Bites Back Better and celebrate Bristol being named a Gold Sustainable Food City!
Bristol Bites Back Better Films
Film featuring just some of the people in Bristol who are growing, cooking, supporting local and reducing their food waste as a way to #BiteBackBetter and be part of a resilient future through food for Bristol. Watch and share the films with others.
Bristol Food Webinars
Watch and re-watch our series of webinars, featuring speakers from across Bristol’s communities offering insight on how to be part of the movement changing our city through food. From growing, to reducing waste, to understanding what goes on behind our food, watch and take part from home.
Bite Back Better Home Resources
All of the resources from the Bristol Bites Back Better campaign in one place, free to download and use. They’ll help you get the most out of food at home and in the community, and make being part of a resilient food future for Bristol even easier.
Bite Back Better School Resources
Here you’ll find all our resources suited to schools and home schooling: from our toolkit for teachers with ways to build food topics throughout the curricula, to activities that children can do at home.
Bristol's Gold Sustainable Food Places submission and summary
Download and read the inspiring document that earned Bristol a Gold Sustainable Food Cities Award in 2021, or the shorter document that highlights just some of the incredible work that went into achieving the city’s ambition for gold!
Gold Celebration Resources
Shout about Bristol’s Gold Sustainable Food City award with these graphics.
Bite Back Better Logos, images and more
Use these logos, graphics, images and words to show that you or your organisation are behind Bristol Bites Back Better – a campaign to ensure that we continue to take action on food now that Bristol has been named a Gold Sustainable Food City.