Use the interactive map to find your nearest foodbank, community larder, membership supermarket or pay-as-you-feel cafe. For further details, or to request support, please contact your local organisation.
Details of Lincoln foodbanks & organisations challenging food poverty
Lincoln Community Larder
St Giles Methodist Church, Addison Drive, LN2 4LH: Wednesdays from 10am – 12noon, and Fridays from 9.30am – 11.30am
St John the Baptist Parish Church Hall, Laughton Way, Lincoln LN2 2ES: Wednesdays, 9:30 – 10:30.
YMCA Annex, Rosemary Lane Site (LN2 5AR): Tuesdays and Fridays (13:30 – 15:00)
St Mary’s Church Welton – Thursdays 1.30-3pm
Lincoln Central Mosque
Lincoln Central Mosque Dixon Street, LN6 7DA: Saturdays 13:30 – 15:30
Bridge Community Hub, 107-115 Newark Road LN5 8NQ: Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays (10:00 – 12:00) or Tuesdays (15:30 – 17:30)
Moorland Park Methodist Church, 46 Skellingthorpe Road LN6 7RB: Tuesdays (13:00 – 15:00) or Thursdays (10:00 – 12:00)
Birchwood Life Church, 127 Birchwood Avenue LN6 0JE: Mondays to Fridays (09:00 – 12:00)
Central Methodist Church, 126 High St, Lincoln LN5 7PP: Thursdays 10.30am-1pm
Lincoln Commuity Larder, Lincoln Foodbank (Trussell Trust) and the Foodbank at Lincoln Central Mosque are working together to support Lincoln through the Covid19 pandemic. To volunteer your time, please visit: https://bit.ly/foodcrisis-volunteer.
9 Croft St, Lincoln LN2 5AX Breakfast: Mon – Sat 7am – 9am
Supporting school families. Please contact the school to donate:
Monks Road, Lincoln LN2 5PF
Coming soon… Details of foodbanks & community larders across Lincolnshire
Foodbank updates from our blog:
Gemma, from local good food business Veg Out, has produced this great resource for eating better on a budget – free to download.
The Lincoln Food Partnership now has an Emergency Response group, made up of the main emergency foodbanks in the city: Lincoln Foodbank (run by Acts Trust), Lincoln Community Larder and Lincoln Mosque. The Emergency Response group is now running nine centres where people without funds for food can pick up a free emergency food parcel.… Continue reading Lincoln foodbanks work better together!
From the first realisation of the impact of Covid-19 Lincoln Community Larder determined to remain open throughout the restrictions despite many volunteers being unable to continue due to extra hours working, e.g. for NHS, or self-isolation.
We’ve been using a new online system of vouchers, developed with Lincoln Food Bank and deployed earlier than expected at all centres, due to the closure of referral agencies.
In Lincoln, the local food system under Covid-19 doesn’t feel very joined up. There arelots of organisers. The local state (City and County) is marshalling community groupsand individual volunteers (but with no obvious pre-determined strategy for food, ordirect provision). Organising a Covid-19 response in Lincoln The Local Enterprise Partnership is trying to get folk onto… Continue reading Fighting the Covid-19 Food War in Lincoln
Covid-19 is changing the food landscape. This is a summary of information we have received from some of the organisations in the City that are setting up food responses. This will change day to day – we are working hard to keep this up to date. We will be pleased to act as a conduit for information: do let us know of any initiatives and updates.