Insights from a food activist

Sue Sheehan lives in Lambeth, South-East London, and is one of the driving forces behind why that particular borough topped Sustain's 2016 league table for reducing food poverty among it's residents.

Director of Incredible Edible Lambeth and the national Incredible Edible network, Sue has been active at all levels over the last 10 years, supporting and motivating local people to take action as well as influencing policy change, including the creation of the Lambeth food strategy and Lambeth Food Partnership.

Continuing my effort to chat to people who are dedicated to improving access to good food but don't normally get the spotlight, I caught up with Sue to find out more about her work and to get an idea from her as to how things have moved on in the last decade and what work still needs to be done.

Here are some links to things Sue mentions. For a full list watch the video as I've added links to the bottom of the screen as things are mentioned:

Incredible Edible Network, Incredible Edible Lambeth, Lambeth Food Partnership