Evaluation of Renew Wales – a project to help communities tackle the causes and impact of climate ch

Renew Wales was set up by a consortium of organisations to help community groups tackle the causes and impacts of climate change through advice, training, mentoring and technical support from other experienced community practitioners. A key aspect of the project is that the support is ‘peer to peer’, provided by people who have already delivered projects in their communities. In January 2016 Wavehill were commissioned to undertake an evaluation of the Renew Wales, which is being carried out on an ongoing basis alongside the implementation of the project, so that findings can feed into its delivery. The activities being undertaken as part of the evaluation include: Developing a ‘theory of cha

What is the role of farmers’ markets in growing the food sector in Wales?

In November 2015, the Welsh Government’s Food Division commissioned Wavehill to undertake research into farmers’ markets in Wales. The study was commissioned to contribute to the development of a more in-depth understanding of the opportunities for food and drink businesses that choose to directly market their produce through farmers’ markets and/or other regular food events. The objective was also to identify factors that have been key to the success of established farmers’ markets and food events, as well as any lessons learnt. The research undertaken included: A review of published literature regarding farmers’ markets and previous initiatives to support the development of markets in Wale


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