Regional Online Local Food Market:

Forth Environment Link (FEL) has been funded by Leader and Transport Scotland to support organisations in eligible rural areas to build, launch and run online local food markets for their communities, using the NeighbourFood platform. The project aims to see the launch of  2 m,arkets per eligible local development strategy area. These are Perth & Kinross, Forth Valley & Lomond, Fife and Scottish Borders. Support includes a package of funding, training, promotional materials & PR, networking events and host gatherings.

To register your organisation's interest in joining the programme please complete the following questionnaire.

Please contact stuart@forthenvironmentlink.org with any questions.   

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* 1. Your contact details

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* 2. Main website or social media page

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* 4. Please introduce your organisation. Include it's main aim(s), area of focus and location(s) it works in (max 250 words)

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* 5. Tell us why you'd like to start, or further develop, your local food market (max 250 words)

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* 7. Have you carried out market research, SWOT analysis, community consultations or other initiatives to demonstrate demand for a local food market?

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* 8. If yes, please briefly describe your findings

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* 9. Does your organisation have an official legal status, bank account with IBAN number and photo ID from a director? 

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* 10. What is the earliest your organisation would be ready to start developing a local food market

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* 11. Does your organisation run any active travel initiatives? If so please briefly describe

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* 12. What types of local transport hubs are there in the community you work in?

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