MASH at the Pop-Up Cafe @ Ladywood Community Centre

The Real Junk Food ProjectFrom May 2017 we plan to have at least one of our volunteers regularly attending some of the Real Junk Food Projects’ pop-up cafe services held every Wednesday & Friday at Ladywood Health and Community Centre. You can meet them here for a chat!

On Wednesdays the RJFP offer a lunch service 12noon – 2.30pm and dinner 6.00pm – 7.30pm.

Friday lunch is 12noon – 2.00pm and there is an after school tea session from 3.30pm – 5.00pm.

The Real Junk Food Project is a concept that started in Leeds in 2013. The network now has over 130 projects and 60 PAYF cafés across the U.K. and worldwide. TRJFP Brum has been operating for over 2 years now – intercepting over 6 tonnes of waste food and serving over 2,000 meals every month.

The project aims to intercept food that would otherwise go to waste from supermarkets, restaurants and other sources; turn it into healthy, nutritious meals for all on a “Pay-As-You-Feel” basis.

Visit their website – www.trjfpbrum.com

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