Want to join the fight against food waste, at an evening with friends, music and fun? We’ve just the thing for you.
On Wednesday 11th February, FoodCycle Bristol, a charity aimed at tackling food waste and food poverty, will be hosting a Spring Pop-Up Restaurant, an evening guaranteed to be full of delicious food and fun!
A tasty three course vegetarian meal made entirely from surplus food will be served at The Station Kitchen at the Old Fire Station on Silver Street. The food will be collected from local shops, farms and supermarkets in Bristol, and then be whipped up to create a hearty and healthy meal, by a team of awesome volunteers. The evening will be jam packed with entertainment including live music and more. As usual B.Y.O.B so feel free to bring your own tipple.
Every Sunday FoodCycle serves meals to those who attend Easton Community Centre in Bristol. We also work in partnership with other local organisations and welcome an eclectic mix of wonderful people into the extended dining room. Every week we collect surplus produce locally from Sainsbury’s and independent retailers and use these ingredients to prepare nutritious meals to be served to the community.
FoodCycle is a national charity with regional hubs. Our vision is “no good food wasted”, reducing food waste and food poverty. We provide nutritious meals to vulnerable people at risk of food poverty, by collecting surplus food from supermarkets and shops, and transforming these ingredients into a healthy three course meal for free! Our meal serves 30-60 guests at Easton Community Centre every Sunday. We also have community outreach and education projects.
All proceeds form the Pop-Up Restaurant will go towards supporting our project.
So if you fancy popping down for music, food (waste) and wonky vegetable fun, tickets cost a minimum £6 and are available via our Virgin Money Giving page.