Community Food Spaces are places where local people come together around good food.
- They are commonly led by local community members and local community organisations.
- They have good food at the heart of what they do, with many also connecting with activities or services beyond food.
- They play a part in tackling local food waste, often using surplus food that would otherwise have gone to landfill.
If you are interested in making new friends, saving money on your food bills, volunteering in your local community or tackling local food waste, use this map to find Community Food Spaces in your local area.
If you are you a Community Food Space, such as a food club, pantry, community market, community cafe, food union, community shop or pay-as-you-feel food project and don’t feature on this map complete this survey and the team will add you to the map. Get in touch if you need to update your details on the map.
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