FoodCycle UK


What we do

FoodCycle runs volunteer-powered community projects across the UK – working to reduce food poverty and social isolation by serving tasty, nutritious meals to vulnerable groups. Since we started cooking in May 2009 we have served over 99,000 meals, made using 115,000kg of reclaimed surplus food (the equivalent saving of 500,000kg CO2 emissions) by our network of 1,200 volunteers.

Locations

FoodCycle Bath Hub

Bath Hub

Volunteers cooking at FoodCycle's Birmingham Hub, working to reduce food poverty and food waste in their community.

Birmingham Hub

FoodCycle Bloomsbury Hub

Bloomsbury Hub (London)

FoodCycle Bristol Hub

Bristol Hub

FoodCycle Cambridge Hub

Cambridge Hub

FoodCycle Clacton-on-Sea Hub

Clacton-on-Sea Hub

FoodCycle Durham Hub

Durham Hub

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Islington Hub (London)

FoodCycle Leeds Hub

Leeds Hub

Volunteers cooking meals at FoodCycle Liverpool, working to reduce food poverty and food waste in their community.

Liverpool Hub

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LSE Hub (London)

FoodCycle Manchester Hub

Manchester Hub

FoodCycle Norwich Hub

Norwich Hub

Peckham Hub (London)

FoodCycle's Pie in the Sky Community Cafe in Bromley-by-Bow. Here, we serve tasty, affordable meals, promote healthy eating in the community, and support local volunteers to gain the skills and confidence needed to get jobs.

Pie in the Sky Cafe (London)

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Portsmouth Hub

Salisbury Hub

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Sheffield Hub

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Wandsworth Hub (London)