Lincoln Whole-City Food Strategy: launch

The Lincoln City Food Strategy launches on Friday 29 September 2017. Triggered by research undertaken by members of HART, the Strategy aims to link a wide range of City food activities and at the same time tackle problems of food security, Continue reading Lincoln Whole-City Food Strategy: launch

Lincoln Food Strategy

HART member, Professor Nigel Curry, presented the Lincoln Food Strategy – produced by HART members in a University of Lincoln funded project led by Professor Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson – to the inaugural Lincoln Food Summit held recently in the City of Continue reading Lincoln Food Strategy

Exercise Referral Research by Hannah Henderson

HART member, Hannah Henderson, was recently invited to present her work at a symposium hosted by Durham University’s Physical Activity Special Interest Group (PASIG), which is co-funded by the Wolfson Research Institute of Health and Wellbeing. The symposium explored “Exercise Continue reading Exercise Referral Research by Hannah Henderson

Big Food Project Board

Professor Nigel Curry, HART research associate and University Visiting Professor, has been elected Chair of the East Midlands Regional Big Food Project Board. This has been set up under the auspices of Public Health England and the Soil Association, which Continue reading Big Food Project Board

Research on Local Healthy Food

Over the last fifteen years or so there has been a huge growth in interest in local food in cities and towns throughout the western world.  A 12-month HART research project on ‘Local Food in Lincolnshire: improving access to healthy, affordable Continue reading Research on Local Healthy Food