I'm very excited to announce that Lambeth Larder has a new home at Brixton Advice
Centre. I ran Lambeth Food Insecurity Project, which ended in June. Since then, I've been
looking for ways continue the work and have linked up with Brixton Advice Centre.
Find out more in this interview from James Hopkirk.
Does your group work with young people? The Children's Health Fund is offering small grants of up to £5000 to pay for food projects for young people during school holidays.
For more information, visit: childrenshealthfund.org.uk
Approved Foods sells quality surplus food from supermarkets online. This is a great way to save money on food. I bought food and drink from them for our event in June and was really impressed. More people should know about this business, I reckon I saved about 30% on a regular spend.
Whether you're buying for yourself or your community group, it's worth a try. Here's a link to their website: approvedfood.co.uk
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