Feeding Liverpool Launch New Community Food Spaces Video

Feeding Liverpool wants everyone to have access to good food and works with various organisations across the city who help to provide this.

There are over 60 different community food spaces in Liverpool including pantries, community shops, community markets, the Queen of Greens mobile greengrocer and places that provide meals.

Community food spaces enable people to have access to groceries and household items at an affordable cost, which can be especially helpful to those who may be struggling financially.

Feeding Liverpool have created a new Community Food Spaces Video to help highlight the support offered at such organisations and draw attention to their place within the community.

The video mentions the positives of attending a community food space, supplying information about how they operate and their ability to cater to individual needs.

The video also gives prominence to the wider support that community food spaces offer and their capability to contribute to the local community. Many organisations enable people to meet others in the area, save money on their bills, volunteer their time and tackle food waste.

Feeding Liverpool have a Community Food Spaces webpage, which contains a map of organisations across the city and their information. These resources can also be found on the Feeding Liverpool App.

Watch the video here.