Beyond organising our weekly community meal, we also run our very own fundraising Pop-Up Restaurant to make our Hub financially sustainable, and provide a platform for education, music, and sharing in the Bristol community.
At the beginning of 2016 we launched FoodCycle Connects, a bicycle distribution project, to get edible surplus food to charities and good causes across Bristol.
Clickk on the calendar link below to sign up for our weekly Saturday sessions at the community kitchen, our week day food distributions and keep an eye out for our pop-up events which we run every month or two.
That is enough about us, now why do we want you? We want to get more and more volunteers into our kitchen and out on bikes, to cook up a storm, chat to our guests and get food to those who need it. The ways you can get involved are endless but to start with, just click here to sign up to cook, cycle, or help with the community team for our Saturday Community Kitchen and other events that we have going on.
If you fancy a three-course meal and some company in your local community then come along to Barton Hill Settlement on Saturdays from 2:30pm – everyone is welcome.
Our Hub serves people attending Barton Hill Settlement, providing a tasty and healthy meal in a welcoming environment. Being a nation of foodies, this Hub believes that we’re well placed to get out there and do some good. If you could help us do this, please donate just £3.
“I never thought a student-led project could tackle so many important issues simultaneously! FoodCycle has reduced food waste in Bristol whilst increasing awareness about it, it has tackled food poverty, and it has integrated university students with the local community; lasting friendships have been made over hearty meals.”
- Amy, FoodCycle Hub Leader
“Volunteering with FoodCycle Bristol was one of the most valuable experiences in my life!”
- Sanghoon, FoodCycle Bristol volunteer