Your Co-op Live! Food Matters Hosts and Guests In this section Your Co-op Live! Food Matters Hosts and Guests Your Co-op Live Guests Tessa Tricks Tessa Tricks Senior Creative Partner, Hubbub & Food Savvy Tessa is a Senior Creative Partner at environmental charity, Hubbub and campaign lead for Food Savvy, a collaborative food waste reduction campaign with Norfolk County Council and Suffolk Waste Partnership. Tessa’s developed Hubbub’s, food work over the last six years. This includes creating campaigns to reduce food waste, increase food skills, and promote low meat diets, working with leading brands, local Government and community groups to create lasting change. Wayne Setford Wayne Setford Founder, Together We Grow Wayne is the founder of Together We Grow CIC, a social enterprise based in Colchester. Wayne passionately believes in the unifying power of growing food plants and the wellbeing effects that being close to nature, close to the soil and close to each other can bring to the lives of our communities. Improving wellbeing, mental health, physical health and educational opportunities. Paul Thompson Paul Thompson Owner, Paul Thompson Events Paul draws on 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, 19 years of which have been dedicated to honing his skills as a committed chef in the kitchens of hotels, restaurants and event catering companies. Paul’s career has also seen him involved in food development, where he has worked closely with some of Suffolk’s premier food producers. Now at the helm of his own business, Paul Thompson Events, he can be found anywhere from cooking in a field kitchen for 200 wedding guests, to a studio kitchen for international recording artists and, more recently, opening an in-house cafe for a national corporate client. Hannah Worsley Hannah Worsley Project Manager, Norwich Foodbank Hannah joined Norwich foodbank in 2014 as the Development Manager, with one particular focus being the new school holiday project FISH (Food (and Fun) In School Holidays) and rolling it out to churches, schools and communities that summer. She took on the Project Manager's role in 2015 and has continued to develop and grow the charity, meeting the needs of those referred and exploring new opportunities with partner organisations. Prior to Norwich foodbank, Hannah worked in a women's residential rehab and for 10 years, joined and eventually led, church teams in mission trips to an orphanage in Bulgaria where practical building work was needed, as well as support and activities for the children there.