How can we use lockdown to galvanise community through food and prepare for an amazing year of community growing?
Lincoln Indie Takeaways
Good Food during Lockdown
Lincoln’s best independent food businesses offering delivery or takeaway through the pandemic.
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Incredible Edible in Lincolnshire
Local growing projects across the county
Join an online event to inspire and connect; start or join a community growing space where you live; be the change you want to see!
Find your nearest foodbank, community larder or cafe on our interactive map.
Funding for foodbanks
Grants of up to £5000 for foodbanks and organisations tackling food poverty in Lincolnshire – deadline for applications: 10th March.
What we’re all about
What’s going on
We believe in making healthy, sustainable food accessible to everyone.
Lincoln’s Foodbanks are working together through the pandemic. How you can help:
You can donate money to support local people facing a food crisis.
Lincoln Foodbank (part of the Trussell Trust)
Ask for help
If you know someone in Lincoln who needs help feeding themselves or their family, contact Lincoln council, who can issue foodbank vouchers:
Lincoln City Council welfare helpline:
Food drop off points are at Lincolnshire Co-op stores and some supermarkets.
Check here for details and locations of alternative drop off points.