The food hubs in Bassetlaw are supported by BFIN, with the food being provided by FareShare East Midlands, alongside a variety of other local food providers with surplus food.
Food Hubs are a unique way of tackling food insecurity locally.
A Food Hub enables local people to purchase food that would otherwise go to landfill.
The Food Hub project offers support for families that are struggling financially - which has increased dramatically due to the cost of living crisis.
Each bag of food, which you can fill with anything that is available on the day, cost £3.50 (except Now Hub, which are £5)
There is no criteria to access a food hub - everyone is welcome.
The following Food Hubs are in operation during term time:
Download the flyer here:
|Kingston Park Academy||2.45pm||Families Only|
|Devonshire Road, Harworth||2.00pm||Community|
|Tuesday||Lime Tree Nursery||12.45pm||Community|
|St Paul's Church, Manton||2.00pm||Community|
|Now Church Langold||9.30am - 2.30pm||Community|
|Wednesday||Now Food Hub, Langold||9.30am - 2.30pm & 7pm - 8pm||Community|
|Thursday||Tuxford Primary Academy||2.30pm||Community|
|Friday||Hallcroft Infants||2.45pm||Families Only|
|Carr Hill Primary||2.30pm||Community|
December school holidays - Update coming soon
You can download our Food Hub information pack here:
If you already have a food hub, you can download the information pack here to give out at your school/venue and you can just edit the venue name and logo:
If you are interested in setting up a Food Hub at your school or community location, please email email@example.com
Food Hubs are a Bassetlaw Food Insecurity Network initiative (a BCVS project) in collaboration with Rhubarb Farm, FareShare, and Feeding Britain.
This project is funded by Nottinghamshire County Council.