This Wednesday FoodCycle Bristol collected food from The Victoria Rooms in Bristol. The Food was donated by students across Bristol and sorted by volunteers at the Bristol Big Give. Without the help of the Bristol Big Give these donations would not have existed, instead a total of ‘44 tonnes of clothes and goods’ would have…… Continue reading Bristol Big Give
Exams are over, coursework is in and the sun is shining. As another academic year comes to an end, we are saying goodbye to some of the FoodCycle 2013-2014 managers (including myself…). We thought it would be a great idea to give ourselves, our volunteers, guests, donators, collaborators and supporters a pat on the back…… Continue reading FoodCycle Funlights
Help Hussein At FoodCycle Bristol we really value our regular volunteers, who come along week in week out and make the kitchen what it is. Hussein is one of those special volunteers. He comes from Chad and has been cooking with us every week for almost three months. We really appreciate his contribution, as he…… Continue reading Help Hussein
On Monday 17th March, old minds, new minds and members of the community (call it a ‘council of elders’) met up to think about all things FoodCycle! The advisory board meeting, consisting of volunteers, managers, community members and local food, community & environmental organisations, creates a lively forum for discussion of problems, ideas, projects and…… Continue reading FoodCycle Advisory Meeting – celebrating success, forming new ideas and chatting about other FoodCycle-y matters!
What a lovely start to the week, and for FoodCycle a new year of pop-up restaurants! On Monday 24th February, we hosted our first pop-up restaurant of the year, and had a really fabulous night – we hope you did as well. As always, our inventive cooking team cooked up another three-course, healthy, veggie storm…… Continue reading Kicking off a new year of pop-up restaurants!
What would you say to buying a coffee for £2.50? Seems pretty reasonable? We pay for the coffee without a second thought, and continue to enjoy chatting to a friend or wonder off caffeine fuelled for another long stint in the library. For many people though, it is impossible to be so blasé about buying…… Continue reading FoodCycle Bristol do the Breadline Challenge
We’ve had a busy busy term: weekly Sunday Community meals, our fundraising October pop-up restaurant, starting our new community project of the Community Garden, as well as catering for two fantastic events (Social Enterprise Conference and Beat the Cold). We felt it was high time to get in the festive mood and spread the joy…… Continue reading Christmas comes to FoodCycle Bristol!