Washingborough academy’s school chef has expanded the provision of hot meals to include all children who would otherwise have free school meals, over 70s and local residents in self-isolation.
An 87-year-old resident had been to the school himself in 1937 and said that the school action made him feel proud.
St George’s C of E Community Primary School in Gainsborough has designed a ‘Grab n Go’ food station at the school gates, which is feeding their school and the local community. They have painted white lines 2 metres apart on the path to ensure social distancing. Anybody else – including passers-by – can help themselvesContinue reading “Food at the School Gate”
Run by volunteers, Horncastle Community Larder serves not only the town, but villages in the rural hinterland.
Through referrals, it provides food parcels to those in food need as a stop gap whilst more permanent solutions are sought.
Sleaford New Life Community Larder is addressing food poverty in North Kesteven District, offering a three-day supply of food and other items to around 1,300 people a year. Running since 2008, the Larder has secured a number of awards for its community work.
We have summarised Covid-19 responses in other cities in our
Sustainable Food Cities Network. It is good to have such a network in these times and some of the larger (and more resourced) Food Partnerships are making good progress.