Amnesty International recognise Gail Baird of FOOD Portsmouth as an Inspirational Woman of Portsmouth

Congratulations to Gail Baird who's one of just five women from Portsmouth to be recognised in a campaign by Amnesty International to celebrate 100 years of suffragette spirit, and acknowledge their work by placing them on the Suffragette Spirit Map of Britain.

Working within her community at the John Pounds Centre, Gail develops and promotes a fair and positive food culture across the city. She achieves this via FOOD Portsmouth which tackles food poverty and inequalities with projects such as FoodCycle Community Meals and the 'Holiday Hunger' programme, provide training and educational opportunities around healthy eating and food choices, and programs which develop green urban spaces to grow foodstuff.