A Wythenshawe project aimed at getting local people growing and cooking fresh food to encourage healthier lifestyles are finalists in the National Lottery Awards.
The Real Food Wythenshawe project is hoping to scoop the title of best environment project for a place at a star-studded awards ceremony, televised on BBC1.
The Lottery funded project is up against six other vying for votes for the title and a £2000 prize. Voting can be done online until July 29.
Real Food Wythenshawe is a five-year programme aimed at getting people in Wythenshawe growing and cooking fresh, sustainable food.
It’s an ambitious project that aims to reach people across the whole community, supporting them all to lead healthier, lower carbon lifestyles through the food they grow, cook and eat.