We have displayed community food resources on a map so you can find out what’s going on near you.

Clicking on each point on the map gives you more information and contact details. You can view the map full-screen by clicking the box icon in the top right hand corner of the map. You can also choose which categories to display on the map by clicking the box icon in the top left hand corner (next to ‘CSF Food Projects new’ title), and then select which categories you’d like to display.

Categories include:

  • Food Banks. Resources both for those in need and those wanting to help. To claim food, a valid Foodbank voucher is normally needed.

  • Holiday Lunches. These take place in the holidays, providing free or cheap lunches for families who find providing for their children in the holidays challenging, particularly those normally eligible for free school lunches.

  • Community Meals. Providing meals for members of the community, sometimes as a means of using surplus food, sometimes as a social opportunity – or often both!

  • Meals for Older People. Providing sustenance and community for older people.

  • Community Allotments. Growing spaces where volunteers can come together to learn and produce fresh food.

  • Community Orchards. Sources of fresh fruit, maintained by volunteers from the community.

  • Retailers accepting Healthy Start.

If you know of anything else that could be on the map, please do let us know!