Covid 19, Lincoln Food News, Tackling Poverty

Mint Lane Cafe re-opens on 1st July

The Friendship through Food Cafe is open again from 1st July - that’s this coming Wednesday - for surprise, delicious, Mint Lane foodie goodness! Mint Lane Cafe is a bit different to a conventional cafe: it uses retail surplus food to provide nourishing, healthy meals at affordable prices.  The menu changes daily depending on what… Continue reading Mint Lane Cafe re-opens on 1st July

Covid 19, growing food, sustainable food

Welcome to my Lincoln allotment

“Whatever you do, just stick something in the ground!”  This is advice to everyone from my friend and gardening inspiration, Hillary, who gave me a tour of her Lincoln allotment last week. “Don’t worry about making mistakes,” she told me, “that’s what we all do with gardening!”  Think about getting an allotment The abundance of… Continue reading Welcome to my Lincoln allotment

Covid 19, News, sustainable food

The Small Food Bakery, Nottingham #FoodTalks

It’s not about them and us; it’s about everyone supporting each other. Let’s stop talking about “supporting local” as if it’s shoppers doing a favour, and be more aware of our shared, co-operative endeavours. Kimberley Bell from the Small Food Bakery contributes to #FoodTalks discussion, hosted by the Food Ethcis Council.

Covid 19, Lincoln Food News, Tackling Poverty

Abbey Access keeping in touch through the pandemic

Gosh - sometimes it’s hard to think of what to cook day after day, isn’t it? And lockdown makes it even harder, especially for anyone with money worries to compound everything. Cooking from home I chatted with Sharron from the Arboretum Cafe, who’s running “Cooking from Home” with her colleague Oli, apprentice chef Alex, and… Continue reading Abbey Access keeping in touch through the pandemic

Covid 19, Lincoln Food News, Tackling Poverty

Feeding Vulnerable People in Welton

Lincoln Community Larder has opened its fourth delivery and drop off point at St Mary's Church Welton. From here, the Larder is providing basic needs for those who are Covid-vulnerable, recognising how difficult it can be for anyone who is sick and those with special needs in rural areas to gain access basic provisions and wholesome food.