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Meet our FoodCycle Volunteers

We think it’s about time you to meet some of our wonderful volunteers and find out a little bit more about why they give up their time to support FoodCycle (and why you should too!)

What Motivates Our FoodCycle Volunteers?

To kick off a month focusing on all things volunteering at FoodCycle, we recently asked our volunteers what about the work that FoodCycle do motivates them the most...

National Burger Day Recipe

To celebrate National Burger Day, we asked the team at FoodCycle Felling to share the recipe for this striking charcoal bun veggie burger

CommuniTEA Baking Recipes

To celebrate our upcoming CommuniTEA Party fundraising event, we thought we'd share some nutrient-packed baking recipes from FoodCycle volunteers...

Keeping Our Guests and Volunteers Safe

It’s been a long time since we last sat down to share food and conversation at our FoodCycle Projects and we are so pleased that we can finally return to our Community Meals from the week of 19th July.

Tasty Summer Recipes

To celebrate the arrival of summer, we asked our FoodCycle volunteers what they've been whipping up in community kitchens across the country...

National Sandwich Week Recipes

To mark National Sandwich Week from 15th-22nd May, we asked members of the FoodCycle family to share their top tips for vegetarian sandwich fillings

FoodCycle Is Reaching More Communities!

It’s been a busy few months at FoodCycle with some exciting new Projects springing up to make food poverty, loneliness and food waste a thing of the past for communities across the country!

A Quick Chat With Bath Project Leader Alice King

We talk to FoodCycle Bath Project Leader Alice King, who is taking on a 52-mile return hike from Salisbury to Winchester along with Claringdon Way Yo-Yo in a 24-hour period to raise money for FoodCycle.

FoodCycle 50 Fuel Recipes

To help fuel our bodies for the FoodCycle 50 Challenge, we asked our amazing chef partners and patrons to share their fave healthy veggie recipes and why they support FoodCycle...

Sign Up For FoodCycle 50 Launches Today!

Calling all sports enthusiasts, FoodCycle followers, fruit fans and keen fundraisers... sign up for our first ever challenge event FoodCycle 50 launches today!

Our CEO Mary McGrath Awarded An MBE!

Our very own FoodCycle CEO Mary McGrath was awarded an MBE for her services to the country in the New Years Honours List 2021 and we couldn’t be more thrilled!

Lockdown Update

With the most recent lockdown announcement, we wanted to reassure you that FoodCycle Projects can, and will, continue to operate

FoodCycle Christmas Recipes

To spread a little joy and culinary inspiration, we asked our incredible FoodCycle volunteers to share their favourite festive recipes

The Big Give Christmas Challenge

We’re thrilled that FoodCycle has once again been selected to participate in The Big Give Christmas Challenge, the UK’s largest match funding campaign

A Christmas Carol Charity Partner

FoodCycle are delighted to have been chosen as the A Christmas Carol Charity Partner for this year’s production to be live streamed from The Old Vic stage.

Pumpkin recipes

FoodCycle staff and volunteers share their favourite ways to use up any left over pumpkin, seeds and all.

#WFD Insta Cookbook

To mark World Food Day, we're launching the first Insta Cookbook, and we want you to share your favourite world recipes!

#WorldFoodDay Meet the Chef: Danilo Cortellini

As part of our World Food Day raffle, you could win a private bespoke cooking class with Chef Danilo Cortellini! Find out more about this talented chef, his love for Italian food and try your hand at one of his authentic recipes...

#WorldFoodDay Meet the Chef: Melissa Hemsley

As part of our World Food Day raffle, we're giving you a chance to win a private bespoke masterclass with the talented chef Melissa Hemsley. Find out more about Melissa, her love for sustainable eating, and learn one of her recipes.

#WorldFoodDay Meet the Chef: Monica Haldar

As part of our World Food Day raffle, you could win a private bespoke cooking class with Chef Monica Haldar! Find out more about this renowned chef, her part in The Spice Club and learn one of her tasty recipes...

Keeping you safe

The most recent government announcement won't affect our current services and we will continue to run our delivery and Cook and Collect takeaway service. This blog posts outlines the measures that we have already put in place, to ensure we are COVID safe and to help protect our guests and volunteers.

What makes a Project Leader?

As we continue to grow and ask for more volunteers to take the lead at our Projects, we asked our FoodCycle regional managers just what makes a Project Leader so great!


In June we posted in response to #blacklivesmatter and outlined a number of things that we would work on as a charity. This updated post includes a summary of where we are at with each of them, as well as information on our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion working group.

Corporate Support

How a previous FoodCycle Project Leader continues his support in the workplace

Cook with Monica

Join talented chef and Spice Club connoisseur Monica Haldar, as she hosts a special live cooking session to raise money for FoodCycle.

Bath Student Volunteers

Student volunteers help their local project during lockdown by creating outstanding social media campaigns!

Abbey Cooks for FoodCycle

Abbey Bonnett is one young masterchef who is slowly approaching 200 new dishes. A tasty feat all in aid of FoodCycle! 

International Friendship Day

We're celebrating International Friendship Day with a spotlight on our lovely check-in and chat volunteers and guests.

Cook with Ben Tish

Join renowned chef and Sicilian food aficionado Ben Tish, as he hosts a special live cook-along to raise money for FoodCycle.

Cook with Cyrus Todiwala

Renowned chef and TV personality, Cyrus Todiwala is hosting a special live cook-along to raise money for FoodCycle.

Check-in and chat in Loneliness Awareness Week

As it's Loneliness Awareness Week, we wanted to share some of the feedback we've had from our new check-in and chat volunteers. We've found that not only do these calls reduce feelings of loneliness in our guests, they are also really beneficial for our volunteers. 

Cook with Danilo Cortellini

FoodCycle Patron and Head Chef at the Italian Embassy, Danilo Cortellini is hosting a special live cook-along to raise money for FoodCycle.

Delivery Update

Alongside our volunteers, FoodCycle has been working tirelessly to get the new delivery service up and running. Find out how many tonnes of food we have saved and how many food parcels have been delivered.

Being kind to yourself

We are all living in uncertain times right now and we see day in and day out the incredible kindness spreading through communities across the world but we wanted to take the time to make sure we are being kind to ourselves, so we asked FoodCycle volunteer and counsellor, Negeen to share her top tips.

New check-in and chat service

Our charitable vision is a society where no one is hungry or lonely. The current situation has meant that our Community Meals, where guests and volunteers come together to eat and socialize, cannot go ahead.  We have transformed ourselves into a food parcel delivery service and this week, we are launching our new check-in and chat service. 

Creating content for FoodCycle

You are FoodCycle's biggest asset and we want to hear from you.  Here are some tips if you want to share either pictures or videos with us.

How long can you eat food items after their Best Before date?

WRAP (The Waste and Resources Action Programme) has recently released new guidance highlighting that food past its Best Before date remains safe and perfectly good to eat for days, weeks, months or even years after the date – depending on the type of food and if it has been stored correctly.

ITV Anglia visits FoodCycle Clacton

On Monday 27th April, ITV reporter Charlie Frost visited the volunteer team at FoodCycle Clacton, to find out, how our Projects have adapted to the recent Coronavirus outbreak.

Giving Tuesday Now

#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity set up as an emergency response to COVID-19, read on to find out how you can help FoodCycle provide much needed food to those that are vulnerable.

Our First Volunteer Hangout

We teamed up with Fooditude to host our first virtual, volunteer hangout. Matt, Food Director at Fooditude cooked in real-time showcasing seasonal produce with handy tips on how to use surplus food, upscaling and how to limit food waste.

FoodCycle supporters take on The 2.6 Challenge

The 2.6 Challenge launches on Sunday 26 April and supporters are being asked to take part in an activity of their choice, based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 and then fundraise or donate to their favourite charity.

FoodCycle Delivers

Our guests need us more than ever and whilst we can’t run our community meals at the moment, we are pleased to announce that we are trialling the delivery of free food parcels.

Projects on Pause

Sadly all FoodCycle Projects are currently on pause but be assured we are working as hard as we can to deliver a new type of service.

FoodCycle Clacton is back!

FoodCycle Clacton is back! The meal is reopening on Monday 2nd December at 12pm at its new venue, Pier Avenue Baptist Church.

The Big Give Christmas Challenge

This year, FoodCycle is taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge. Where one donation will be matched to have twice the impact.

Food on Prescription

Watch this insight into our FoodCycle Sutton project in partnership with the College of Medicine and ITN Productions.

Cycling to rescue surplus food in Newcastle

Zoe, a volunteer at FoodCycle Monkchester and one of the founding cyclists for Newcastle’s cycling team, shares her experience of riding her bike to save surplus food for FoodCycle.

FoodCycle Strikes for the Climate

On Friday 20th September, we’ll be out of the office and hitting the streets to join the millions of people standing in solidarity with the youth-led Global #ClimateStrike. 

A Student Volunteers Experience

Recently, we visited one of our Salford based projects and had a chat with a student volunteer who also regularly visits the meal as a guest. In their own words, they told us what they think about FoodCycle. 

FoodCycle HQ take part in food waste challenge

Last week, FoodCycle HQ took part in our 'A Week Less Wasted' Challenge. For this, we pledged to cut our food waste for a week - no leaves, no seeds, no nothing. Here is how we got on. 

A Week Less Wasted

'A Week Less Wasted' is our nationwide challenge to cut all food waste for a week in August.

Top Tips to Reduce Food Waste

Signed up to a Week Less Wasted? Here are some of our top FoodCycle tips for reducing food waste in your home and at work.

Volunteer Awards Launch

This Volunteers Week, we launched our FoodCycle Volunteer Awards to recognise and say thank you to the incredible volunteers who help us nourish communities across the country.

FoodCycle is 10!

It's 10 years since we served our first ever meal to guests at FoodCycle LSE. Since then we have grown to support 40 projects across England, serving meals to 1,500 guests each week and providing a welcoming space to chat and make friends.

Recipes to Reduce Food Waste at Home

Making sure we’re using up food in our projects and at home is one of the easiest ways we can nurture our planet. Here we have collated 10 of the easiest and best recipes from the internet to use up leftovers and reduce food waste.

Fundraisers to friendship: 10 Inspiring FoodCycle stories

We’ve been nourishing communities for ten wonderful years, and over our time we’ve been utterly inspired by the people who make FoodCycle happen – from our guests and volunteers, to our fundraisers and partners. So to celebrate our ripe old age, here are ten things that make us say ‘WOW’.

Why I love being a FoodCycle volunteer in Newcastle

Zoe has given over 150 hours to FoodCycle Monkchester (Newcastle), making their tasty, community meals happen each week.  We asked her why she took the opportunity to join FoodCycle as a volunteer, what being a Project Leader entails and what she most enjoys from her volunteering role. Read on to learn more! 

How being a volunteer boosted my confidence

Mathew Hales is a Project Leader at FoodCycle Birmingham Sutton, one of our newest projects! Here he explains how he came to be involved as a volunteer, what he enjoys about it and how it has helped to build his confidence.

5 Ways to Make a Difference with FoodCycle in 2019

Are you looking to get more involved in your community? To make a difference and meet new people, consider getting involved at FoodCycle! Here are five ways to help us nourish communities and create a society where no-one is hungry on lonely.

10 Reasons to volunteer with FoodCycle in 2019

Are you looking to volunteer in 2019? If you want to meet new people, learn some super skills and have a positive impact in your community, then look no further than FoodCycle! Here are 10 reasons to volunteer with FoodCycle in 2019.

Why I became a volunteer as a student

Are you a student thinking of getting stuck into some volunteering in 2019? Meet Brad Corrigan, a 20 year-old student volunteer who is a Project Leader at FoodCycle Dalston.

Recipes for Community

We’ve collected delicious vegetarian recipes from top chefs and our brilliant volunteers, which are all hearty dishes that are made for sharing. We can't wait to share them with you.

Stories from the FoodCycle Annual Conference

Every year we invite our Project Leaders to our Annual Conference, where we share ideas, develop new skills and get a chance to celebrate all the amazing things they achieve as volunteers. Joana Costa is one of these volunteer leaders, who has been volunteering with FoodCycle Birmingham Aston for a few months. We asked her to tell us more about her experience at the conference and what inspires her to give her time to FoodCycle!

FoodCycle Awards 2018

Every year at the FoodCycle Conference we recognise the work of our amazing Project Leaders. This year we added some awards for individual volunteers who have made a big impact in their region. Here are the winners! 

£35 for a week – for a family of four (and a cat!)

I managed to hit Tesco after, but only to get the first half of our weeks food, with toiletries. I wanted to get some more food, but the Tesco I had managed to get to had decided that it was sold out of their value range in almost everything. We’ll have to hit ASDA tomorrow.

Day 7 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

I have made it to the end of the challenge, for many people this will be an ongoing weekly challenge to feed themselves and their families.  I have just enough food to make meals and eat for my last day. 

Day 6 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

I had a quiet day today, starting off with a trip to the dentist, which cost £21.60 for a check up. If you lose your teeth it makes it harder to eat a healthy diet, but the dentist cost more than my food budget for the week!

Day 5 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

Day 5 went well, I think I am getting used to eating less food. It was Bran flakes for breakfast with banana again. I never realised how sweet bran flakes were before, but it must be because they are the only food with sugar in that I have to eat. The bran flakes were a bargain and have added a welcome crunch to my meals. 

Day 4 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

I am having to spend more time organising my eating, I am finding that I think more about food, I am looking at the food in the fridge and am wondering if it will last me the week, I am lucky enough to know that I can go back to my usual food budget next week.

Day 3 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

Tuesday was a bit easier, though I had chicken for tea again,  I still woke early, but no headache today. Still not had any coffee, so I am getting used to tea.

Day 2 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

Monday and the second day of the challenge, I woke up at 6 am hungry, I waited till 8 am to eat my breakfast as it would be a long time till lunch. I had toast and baked beans for breakfast which filled me up, but I am still missing coffee to wake me up.

Day 1 of the Holiday Hunger Challenge

Beverley is taking our Holiday Hunger Challenge in the first week of July. She will be living off a food and drink budget of just £2.50 a day to raise awareness of food poverty in the UK, especially during the school holidays which can push many families into food insecurity and poverty.

What is Holiday Hunger?

When you think of the school holidays, you may think of fun activities, holidays and a chance to recharge before the busy school year kicks off. But for many families on a low income, this is not the reality. 

My Holiday Hunger Challenge meal plan

Beverley is taking our Holiday Hunger Challenge in the first week of July. She will be living off a food and drink budget of just £2.50 a day to raise awareness of food poverty in the UK, especially during the school holidays which can push many families into food insecurity and poverty.

Could you live off £2.50 a day?

We've launched our Holiday Hunger Challenge to raise awareness what it’s like to be hungry in Britain today and to fundraise for FoodCycle's work.

A dessert from surplus: Our top vegetarian recipes

Every week our volunteers are challenged with turning the surplus food into delicious and nutritious meals. They’ve gotten pretty creative to make a mismatch of food work together. We’ve asked them to share some of their recipes with you so you can make a three course meal the FoodCycle way!

A main meal from surplus: Our top vegetarian recipes

Every week our volunteers are challenged with turning the surplus food into delicious and nutritious meals. They’ve gotten pretty creative to make a mismatch of food work together. We’ve asked them to share some of their recipes with you so you can make a three course meal the FoodCycle way!

A starter from surplus: Our top vegetarian recipes

Every week our volunteers are challenged with turning the surplus food into delicious and nutritious meals. They’ve gotten pretty creative to make a mismatch of food work together. We’ve asked them to share some of their recipes with you so you can make a three course meal the FoodCycle way!

Taste not waste: Meet our cycling food collection heroes

If it wasn’t for our food collection heroes, none of our tasty, community meals could happen. This week we spoke to Ellen, an amazing Project Leader who joins the team collecting food on bike, rain or shine, in hilly Bristol.


If it wasn’t for our food collection heroes, none of our tasty, community meals could happen. This week we spoke to Gordon, an amazing Project Leader who joins the team collecting lots of lovely food by car, in wonderful Cambridge.

What’s going on in your community this spring?

Spring into action and get stuck involved in your community this season. There is an abundance of activities taking place in your community as the weather warms up and the outdoors begins to flourish.

Volunteer stories: An interview with a FoodCycle Project Leader

Ever wondered what it's like to be a FoodCycle Project Leader? Well... now is your chance. We spoke to lovely volunteer Maria, 21, who has been the PR, Marketing and Communications Leader at FoodCycle Finsbury Park for just over a year. She tells us how she got into volunteering, what she does each week and what she enjoys most about leading a team of volunteers.

How FoodCycle helps guests in the winter

We know that winter months can be hard for everyone, but those who are more vulnerable are often hit the hardest. Some of our guests have kindly shared how FoodCycle helps them out in the colder months.

5 realistic ways you can help reduce food waste in the UK

The more food wasted, the worse problems such as hunger and food poverty become. There are also economic and environmental impacts to consider. So, what can we, as ordinary citizens, do to help reduce this unnecessary waste? Here are five practical steps you can take to do your part.

5 reasons why you should volunteer in 2018

If you already plan on giving back to your communities this year by volunteering, then great! But if you're still on the fence about it, allow us to convince you with these five pretty great reasons to go for it.

FoodCycle in 2017

It's been a year of growth for FoodCycle in 2017, in more ways than one. We opened 6 more projects this year - Salford Langworthy and Prestwich in Manchester, as well as Bow Road, Cricklewood, Finsbury Park, and Dalston in London - widening our reach and spreading our advocacy across the UK. That brings the total number of FoodCycle projects to 34, the most we’ve had to date.

Chef by Day, Volunteer by night

With FoodCycle you're all working together on the same 3 courses, in a much smaller space, it creates a much more tangible sense of teamwork in comparison to my day job. The way FoodCycle works also encourages you to be creative in the kitchen, it's a real confidence booster when you've all come up with something off the top of your head, made it together and it goes down really well, it really makes you want to cook and experiment more in general.

Peter’s FoodCycle Hacks and Tips

Practical Peter from FoodCycle Finsbury Park loves a good hack. Whether it is making delicious meals using food surplus, using simple methods to clean difficult stains or thinking up non-traditional cooking methods, Peter is your man. In this monthly blog, he will be sharing all his favourite FoodCycley knowledge with you, so you can get a bit of the Peter magic each month.

Volunteering Stories

Although I already knew that FoodCycle does more than just feed people, experiencing for myself the intangible effect of the community-like gathering – and how it directly addressed the issues brought about by food poverty – was something else entirely.

Why I loved the FoodCycle Annual Conference 2017

In October, myself and a few other Bristol project leaders headed to London for the conference. The conference is great because it gives the Project Leaders a chance to meet up with projects from around the country – I ended up making friends with some of the Peterborough team, and I’m going to have to visit the Birmingham and Sheffield projects at some point soon.

I attended a conference on a weekend and I loved every minute of it.

As a fledgling Project Leader I had no idea what to expect when Matt invited me to attend the two day FoodCycle Annual Conference at a legal headquarters. Sounded heavy. And in some ways, it was. After a lectern thumping introduction from our leaders we found ourselves pacing between boardrooms having serious chats against a stunning city skyline backdrop. Like a UK version of Suits, minus the withering one liners. In casual purple T-shirts.

Peter’s FoodCycle Hacks & Tips

Practical Peter from FoodCycle Finsbury Park loves a good hack. Whether it is making delicious food with very few ingredients, using simple methods to clean difficult stains or thinking up non-traditional cooking methods, Peter is your man. In this monthly blog, he will be sharing all his favourite FoodCycley knowledge with you, so you can get a bit of the Peter magic each month.

Our Shining Stars – The Annual Awards 2017

At this year’s FoodCycle Annual Conference we have been delighted to recognise the brilliant efforts of our Project Leaders at our awards ceremony. Our Project Leaders give so much time, energy and creativity each week to their projects, and really do help to reduce food poverty, loneliness and food waste in their communities.

FoodCycle Annual Conference 2017

It's that time of year again where we invite our fantastic project leaders to London for a two-day, action packed conference.

Secrets of a fundraising campaign

We were over the moon when a family business raised over £5,000 for FoodCycle, meaning we can serve more tasty meals for people in need. Here's how they did it...

5 favourite things about FoodCycle

We sat down with the lovely guests at FoodCycle Islington to ask them about why they come along and what they enjoy about a FoodCycle meal.

“Be a changemaker” and join FoodCycle Hackney

"After I attended my first session, the first question I asked myself was 'Why did I not know about this sooner?'" - interested in getting involved in FoodCycle? Find out more from Project Leader, Hibi Racs.

FoodCycle’s impact in 2016

We’re so happy to announce FoodCycle's third impact report which we launched at the beginning of 2016! It’s a celebration of everything our volunteers do to build communities, support vulnerable people and make a difference to the lives of our guests.

Let’s go gleaning!

As FoodCyclers, food fanatics and fans of the open air, both Sarah and Clare at FoodCycle HQ have been keen to go gleaning for a long time.

On a sunny Monday in August, we headed down to a farm in Sussex to save surplus sweetcorn.

Organising a fundraising event – top tips!

In this guest post, Tess Timothy, one half of FoodCycle’s dynamic fundraising duo, reflects on the lessons she has learnt from masterminding the charity’s 2016 gala dinner. Tess gives some pearls of wisdom for the budding events organiser, and gives some key insights into what its like to put on a high profile event.

Birmingham Aston: The story so far…

FoodCycle Birmingham relaunched at the end of April 2016. In this guest post, the Birmingham Aston Hub Leader team reflect on the first couple of weeks of setting up and running the Hub.

Kenwood’s kitchen takeover

This post is written by Roisin Kay, Hub Leader at FoodCycle Portsmouth and Recipe Development Chef (what a great title!) at Kenwood, one of FoodCycle’s charity partners. Last week, an enthusiastic team from Kenwood took part in a ‘kitchen takeover’ at Portsmouth Hub.

Can you help out at FoodCycle Clacton?

FoodCycle Clacton-on-Sea is looking to recruit a volunteer Support Officer to help out at the project’s weekly cooking sessions on Monday lunchtimes.

FoodCycle Peckham: The Inside Track

In this guest post, Peckham Hub Leader Sam Oxley reflects on his time as a volunteer. As well as looking at what he has got out of volunteering with FoodCycle, Sam looks at the importance of community and the power food has to bring people together.

FoodCycle is seven!

FoodCycle is celebrating seven years of fighting poverty, tackling waste and bringing communities together through the power of good food

FoodCycle Connects launches in Bristol!

In this post, FoodCycle Bristol Hub Leader, and coordinator of Bristol Connects, Heather Mack explains what is going on in the south west and how they are sending so much surplus food to good causes across the city! #BelliesNotBins

Londoners pay it forward for FoodCycle

In this big old city, squashed like a sardine on the commuter journey, it can sometime feel like random acts of kindness are a million miles away. For many, the capital can be an isolating place and positive interactions with strangers can sometimes feel few and far between.

Plastic bag tax to tackle poverty

The days of the plastic bag are numbered: from October 5th 2015, a new law will mean that supermarkets will charge 5p for every plastic bag we use when we go shopping.

London to Brighton 2016

Saddle up for the iconic London to Brighton cycle this September and raise money for FoodCycle!

FoodCycle’s Green & Pleasant Land!

It’s been months in the planning but our big fundraising dinner ‘Green & Pleasant Land‘ is almost upon us: seven star chefs will each cook a course that celebrates British produce, our landscape and the communities we work to support across the country.

FoodCycle’s second impact report

After months of monitoring and evaluation, we’re so happy to announce our second social impact report! It’s the culmination of lots of hard work in our Hubs and a celebration of all that our projects have achieved.

Love is in the air

Love it or loathe it, the 14th February is upon us again and on behalf of everyone here at FoodCycle, a very Happy Valentine’s Day to you all.

Lent: the time to be a Hub Leader

Lent is upon us and many of you will have now banned chocolate, crisps, biscuits, cake or cheese to pass your lips for the next 40 days.

What will you do this New Year?

We all know that the beginning of a new year is the time for resolutions: losing a stone, running a marathon, eating less chocolate and flossing more regularly - the classics that seem to come round ever year.

Award Winning Bristol!

FoodCycle Bristol won the Green Community Group award at Bristol’s Green Capital Awards. In this post, the wonderful Hub Leaders Alice Tirbooman and Jane Kilpatrick explain what happened on the night, and why they won the award!

Feelin’ festive at FoodCycle Bloomsbury!

Last weekend, FoodCycle Bloomsbury kicked off the Christmas season with a festive fundraiser – they raised over £570 and had a fantastic night. But you don’t need us to tell you that – just read their Christmassy poem for a flavour of the night!

World AIDS Day at FoodCycle

FoodCycle LSE is partnered with the HIV charity The Food Chain, and in this post Anna Ellis explains what that partnerships means for their guests, and how FoodCycle LSE are supporting people living with HIV.

Sheffield goes gardening…

With a small discovery similar to Bingham’s uncovering of Machu Picchu in 1911, the St Bart’s hub in Sheffield has discovered a gem of their own.

Wow, FoodCycle 2015, what a weekend!

Last weekend, 70 brilliant individuals from across the country came together for the highlight of the FoodCycle calendar: the annual Hub Leader conference!

Countdown to #FoodCycle2015 conference

On Saturday 24th October, around 80 Hub Leaders, of all ages from all over the UK will be sacrificing their weekend lie-ins and rising early with one thing in common - they will all be heading to the annual FoodCycle Conference 2015!

Tour de FoodCycle

This September, FoodCycle Bristol Hub Leaders Alice, Cat and Hattie will be cycling from London to Paris and back (over 300 miles!) to raise money for FoodCycle.

London to Brighton – Thank you!

A massive congratulation to our team of cyclists that took on the London to Brighton cycle ride last weekend! They’ve raised over £1,500 so far – and donations are still rolling in!

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