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The Queen Edith’s Community Food Hub is a project first organised by volunteers during the 2020 public health crisis. It’s a facility for anyone in the area who is having difficulty sourcing food, whether for financial, social or physical reasons. Open every Saturday morning at St James Church on Wulfstan Way, the Food Hub is supported by local food retailers and the City Council, but needs significant ongoing funding to buy staple items.
The Community Food Hub team is able to source fruit, vegetables and many other items at wholesale prices. For example, £6 can provide 5kg of rice, £10 can provide 36 tins of baked beans and £25 can provide 10 x 500g packets of minced beef.
Most of our food hub visitors come from the CB1 3, CB1 7, CB1 8 and CB2 0 postcode areas. These are our neighbours, and with our help, the Food Hub can support them.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.