'Events in the Sky' is offering food and cocktails... around a table... dangled 100 feet high in the sky in Bristol.Read the full story ›
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac has bumped off Cumbria's L'Enclume to be named the best restaurant in the UK by The Good Food Guide.Read the full story ›
Watch the footage of a professional eater finishing, with great ease, one of the largest food challenges in Bristol.Read the full story ›
The Food Connections festival highlights the work of people who have given up the day-job to do something they really love.Read the full story ›
A fish and chip shop in Cheltenham is officially the best in Britain. Hundreds of shops and restaurants have been competing for the title.Read the full story ›
Still waiting to get rid of your Christmas tree? You might want to think about bringing it back in - and having it for dinner.Read the full story ›
Experts say the mild wet winter and long hot summer have created a bumper harvest in the south west's hedgerows.Read the full story ›
A psychiatric unit near Plymouth has the worst hospital food in the country.
That's according to a survey by the Department of Health and Age UK. It says the 12 bed centre at Lee Mill scored just 35% for patient satisfaction.
But Plymouth Community Healthcare, which runs the unit, says the survey was done at lunchtime when residents prepare their own meals as part of their therapy.
Chairman of Age UK, Dianne Jeffrey says good food is essential to patients' recovery...
A campaigner from Bath says government plans to improve food in hospitals don't go far enough.
Mark Sparrow spent 10 weeks in hospital documenting his experience and ever since has campaigned to change things. Now new rules are being brought in and hospitals that don't meet the standards could be fined and publically named and shamed.
Hospitals across the West will be expected to comply with new food standards, the government has announced.
A report by the Hospital Food Standards Panel, led by Dianne Jeffrey, Chairman of Age UK, is recommending five legally-binding food standards for the NHS, which has worked with royal colleges and nutritional experts to come up with the new rules.