The Caroline Walker Trust
The Caroline Walker Trust (CWT) was founded in 1988 after the death of the distinguished nutritionist, writer, and campaigner, Caroline Walker. She believed passionately in improving public health through good food. The trust was established to continue her work.
The CWT produces evidence-based reports that provide nutritional and practical guidelines to encourage eating well among specific vulnerable population groups. It also produces training materials to accompany its reports.
Eating Well: Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (2007)
- Nutritional and Practical Guidelines by Dr Helen Crawley (PDF 1.92MB)
- Training Materials - For People Working With Adults With Learning Disabilities by Dr Helen Crawley (PDF 2.06 MB)
The World's Healthiest Afternoon Tea
The Caroline Walker Trust runs a campaign to improve food at after-school clubs and youth clubs. It holds an annual fundraising event (to fund resources for after-school clubs and youth clubs). It also supplies recipes and resources for healthier afternoon teas. For more information, visit worldshealthiestafternoontea.org.uk.
Please note: The CWT depends wholly on revenue from book publishing, report sales, donations, legacies, and project grants.
The Caroline Walker Trust is a registered charity (no. 328580).
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Last updated 02 May 2023