Our city’s shared plan to tackle climate change


Manchester F&B Network: Sustainability

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 - 14:00 to 16:00
Black Dog Ballroom, New Wakefield Street, Manchester M1 5NP


This session will bring together local and national F&B voices to discuss sustainability and the latest trends to affect our bars, restaurants, stores and other F&B establishments.

Following Manchester's Green Summit in March 2018, many operators in Manchester have signed a pledge to ensure the city is free of single use plastic by 2020, an initiative from The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham. What does this mean for the everyday running of Manchester’s eateries?

Hear from the experts about what little changes can make a big difference, and some interesting case studies. From reusable coffee cups, paper straws and compostable serving wear, to local procurement and helping the homeless.

We will bring together a panel of exceptional industry professionals who will give a candid assessment of the current challenges, and take a bold look at how to address them through best practice and collective action. There will be an opportunity during the event to share your stories and put questions to our panel.​

Through conversation and consultation we aim to stimulate debate and create positive change. Your input is invaluable and we hope that you can join us.



To register for this event please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/manchester-fb-network-sustainability-tickets-47264727071 before 10am on Monday 23rd July. 


If you have any access requirements, or any questions about the network, please email janine.holt@cityco.com or call 0161 838 3250.