Talk Richmond is a regular podcast that brings you closer to what’s happening in Richmond upon Thames.
In light of the cost of living crisis, Talk Richmond sits down with Clare Box, founder of the Real Junk Food Project, Twickenham to talk about how we can all do our part to reduce the amount of food we throw away – keeping our food bills low and doing our part to tackle climate change. Clare also shares helpful tips and recipes to make your food budget go further and keep bellies full of nutritious meals.
- Feeding bellies, not bins with the Real Junk Food Project Twickenham
- Saving energy and keeping warm with SWLEAP
- Ending furniture poverty in the borough with Richmond Furniture Scheme
- Ensuring no one goes hungry in Richmond upon Thames with Richmond Foodbank
- How to cope with rising energy bills with Thinking Works
About the podcast
Each episode discusses a topic of interest in the borough with help from different guests. The host of the podcast is Cllr Jim Millard, who is Vice-chair of Adult Social Services, Health and Housing Services Committee, Spokesperson for Housing and an actor.
Podcasts will be no longer than 30 minutes in length, with many being under 15 minutes. Podcasts are a new way for the Council to share information with residents - they are easy to listen to and allow you to absorb information whilst doing other things, such as getting ready for the day, travelling to and from work or exercising.
Do you have any feedback or suggestions for future episodes? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts and what you would like to hear on future episodes of Talk Richmond.
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Updated: 13 February 2023