Food Hub - Central and West Integration Network

Delivered by Central and West Integration Network
Note: this service is only for ethnic minorities and refugees or asylum seekers
  • Food banks

The food hub is similar to a pantry. The hub members can choose 15 (small household) / 25 (large household) items from the hub. Most of the food in the hub is supply chain surplus, saved from landfill. However, the membership fee enables us to bulk purchase items that are rarely donated and we can now offer culturally relevant food.

Thursdays and Fridays from 1.30PM (please come early to join the queue).

Membership fees:

  • £1.50 for people in the asylum-seeker system
  • £2.50 for people on benefits
  • £5.00 for anyone else

Please note that if you are in hardship, you can always talk to us about accessing the hub without paying the fee.

Service availability

Please come early to queue, closes once last person has been served

1.30pm to 3.30pm
1.30pm to 3.30pm

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