Gloucestershire Food Survey

GRCC is conducting a survey on behalf of a project ‘Gloucestershire Food Revolution’ (GFR), which comprises a number of countywide partners working together to help develop and promote local food, support farmers and improve environmental practices, with a view to bringing locally produced good quality food to new audiences.  We are inviting anyone resident in the county to take part and share their thoughts and experiences.

During the recent COVID lockdowns, access to food was highlighted as a particular issue.  By completing this survey you can help us to learn more about how we can help overcome any barriers to accessing food around the county.  The GFR project aims to help address these barriers which prevent people, wherever they are based in the county, accessing good quality food locally. We hope that the project will help inspire and connect people and communities to locally produced food where in the past they may have been prevented or discouraged from doing so.

If you would like to take part, please follow this link and complete the residents’ survey: 

We also have a version of the survey aimed at parish and town councils which can be found here: 

Update 1 October 2021: We are delighted with the response received so far, there is a lot of interest in the survey and the Gloucestershire Food Revolution project.  To make sure as many people as possible get the chance to take part, we are going to extend the deadline for completing the survey. 

The new closing date for completing the survey is 31 October 2021