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Birmingham Aston: The story so far…

FoodCycle Birmingham relaunched at the end of April 2016. In this guest post, the Birmingham Aston Hub Leader team reflect on the first couple of weeks of setting up and running the Hub. The relaunch hasn’t always been easy, but they’ve had tonnes of fun, started to embed themselves within the community, and have already served 332 meals, using over 1… Read more


Kenwood’s kitchen takeover

This post is written by Roisin Kay, Hub Leader at FoodCycle Portsmouth and Recipe Development Chef (what a great title!) at Kenwood, one of FoodCycle’s charity partners. Last week, an enthusiastic team from Kenwood took part in a ‘kitchen takeover’ at Portsmouth Hub. Here’s how it all began….    The decision process Last autumn, Kenwood set… Read more


Can you help out at FoodCycle Clacton?

FoodCycle Clacton-on-Sea is looking to recruit a volunteer Support Officer to help out at the project’s weekly cooking sessions on Monday lunchtimes. The project, which regularly serves lunch to around 50 people from the local community, is looking for someone who will be responsible for providing support, assistance and signposting to guests when needed. This weekly community meal brings… Read more


Great news – FoodCycle opens five new Hubs!

Wow, what a start to 2016: as well as our plans for two new projects with Outward, we are so happy to announce that we’re opening another five Hubs. Allow us to introduce you to…   FoodCycle Merton Based in the New Horizon Centre in south-west London, FoodCycle Merton is run in partnership with Commonside… Read more

FoodCycle Birmingham is back!

By Lydia Ruddick, FoodCycle Birmingham Hub Leader We’re delighted to say that this Sunday, FoodCycle Birmingham relaunched in partnership with Birmingham Settlement in Aston. Birmingham Settlement is one of the oldest charities in Birmingham, offering independent guidance and support to people facing isolation, social exclusion or financial difficulty. There’s lots of overlap with FoodCycle’s aims here… Read more

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Award Winning Bristol!

A couple of weeks ago FoodCycle Bristol won the Green Community Group award at Bristol’s Green Capital Awards. In this post, the wonderful Hub Leaders Alice Tirbooman and Jane Kilpatrick explain what happened on the night, and why they won the award!  At FoodCycle Bristol we hold our meals in Barton Hill Settlement, where each… Read more

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