National food poverty charity, Food Cycle are holding a 3 course meal to 100 paying customers to celebrate and inspire others to join the food movement.

Prepare your knives and forks and come with an empty stomach, because on the 19th of October at 7pm, Food Cycle will be holding a BYOB three course meal at The Station Kitchen in Bristol City centre. Volunteers from the Bristol arm of national food poverty charity Food Cycle will be cycling across the city to collect ‘wasted’ food, to cook up a storm for 100 paying customers. For a £6 donation patrons can expect tasty food, music and plenty of fun.

All money raised from the event will go to the charity to ensure it can continue to serve its weekly pay as you feel 3-course meal to people that come to Barton Hill community Centre, in the Lawrence Hill.

Since the charity began, Food Cycle have served over 125,000 meals using surplus food. They aim to revolutionise current attitudes towards food – where no food is seen as waste and where eating together in the community happen around every street corner. So come along to be inspired and informed about the amazing things that be done with a little bit of community spirit – and of course, food!

Tickets the event can be found at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=JeremyAdcock #

Volunteers can sign up to help cycle, cook and serve the meal at http://my.foodcycle.org.uk/content/foodcycle-pop-restaurant-2016-october-19th


By William Daly