Byker Community Centre and their team of hardworking volunteers have been ensuring the local community has access to free meals throughout this challenging time. We spoke to Penny Walters, one of their dedicated volunteers who is committed to supporting the local community.
Every weekday, homemade takeaway meals are provided for anyone in need. There is no requirements to book in advance, simply turn up and collect your meal, to take home.
How can I receive a meal or food parcel?
Simply turn up at the community centre at the collection time below
|Monday||4:30 – 5:30 pm||Byker Community Meal Collection|
|Tuesday||4:30 – 5:30 pm||Byker Community Meal Collection|
|Wednesday||4:30 – 5:30 pm||Byker Community Meal Collection|
|Thursday||7:00 – 8:00 pm||FoodCycle Cook & Collect|
|Friday||4:30 – 5:30 pm||Byker Community Meal Collection|
|Saturday||10:00 am – 12 noon||Food Parcel Collection|
The FoodCycle team takeover on Thursday evening’s to give the Byker Community Center volunteers a well deserved break. You can find out more about FoodCycle in our previous news post.
On Saturdays local residents can also collect a food parcel of fresh fruit & vegetables and ambient food (tinned goods, pasta, bread etc).
Byker Community Center are able to support the community due to the food they receive from Fareshare, Magic Hat Cafe, and public donations.
How can I support Byker Community Centre?
To find out more about volunteering at Byker Community Centre, to offer to donate food or help raise funds, contact email@example.com
Stay up to date with Byker Community Centre by following their Facebook page
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This post was written by Food Newcastle