Back in November of last year we attended a fantastic SkillShare event in Tottenham run by SusTottenham and Sustainable Haringey. We were there on behalf of our newly opened Haringey Community Cafe, to spread the word, recruit some like minded volunteers and perhaps even pick up a few [...]Continue Reading →
Yesterday we were pleased to announce that FoodCycle had won the Prime Minister’s Big Society Award. Recently launched, this new weekly award was created by Number 10 to recognise and celebrate the best examples of the Big Society in action from across the UK, and in doing so hopefully inspire more people to get [...]Continue Reading →
Happy New Year and welcome to the all new FoodCycle Blog!
We’ve been pretty quiet for the last few months while we tinkered and tuned everything behind the scenes but now we’re back and better than ever, ready to keep you up to date and informed about all the exciting goings on at FoodCycle!
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FoodCycle combines young volunteers, surplus food and a free kitchen space to create nutritious meals and positive social change in the community.
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